The Miami Heat and Boston Celtics hold one of the NBA's most intriguing rivalries. Last season, the two teams battled in a seven-game Eastern Conference Finals series for the ages, and the year before that, Rajon Rondo suffered a dislocated elbow early in the Eastern Conference semifinals, and the Celtics fell in five.
After struggling to get past Boston while he was a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James decided to emulate his rivals by teaming up with two All-Star-caliber players in Miami. Since then, no love has been lost between the two organizations.
Both rosters are similarly built. Here's how they match up, position by position.