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The Boston Celtics are all-in for the pivotal Game 5 of their Eastern Conference Finals war with the Miami Heat. 

ESPN’s Tim Bontempts posted on Wednesday that Marcus Smart and Robert Williams III are set to play for the Cs. The two were initially listed as game-time decisions to play, but they are now good to go to help the club in snatching the series upper hand for the first time.

Due to a nagging right sprained ankle, Smart missed the Game 4 matchup. On the other hand, Williams has been dealing with the soreness in his surgically repaired knee all playoffs long.

Both Heat and the Celtics are tied at 2-2 and will look to get closer for a ticket to go to the 2022 NBA Finals.