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Q: We’re playing the Celtics, aren’t we? – Stan.

A: Based on the way that the Celtics went into Milwaukee and took care of business on Friday night, it seemingly would appear that way. But it’s also not as if there hasn’t been road success in that series. It well could come down to the better game between Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jayson Tatum.

Still, NBA history significantly favors the home team in Game 7. So I would say the Heat staff likely are spending a bit more time at the moment on their Boston video than their Bucks scouting report. Either way, both of those teams have looked far better in their series than the 76ers looked against the Heat.

Q: The Heat do not have the top superstars, but they probably have the deepest bench among the remaining teams. It is their strength. We have many excellent defenders. Why can’t we utilize our players to pressure our opponents in the backcourt more? We can keep rotating players in off the bench to keep them fresh. – Jay, Weston.

A: First, the Heat often have gone to such ball pressure, particularly after timeouts. And they had been picking up James Harden 94 feet. So there is that. But for all of the Heat’s considerable depth, you still want your best players on the court as much as possible. So you also have to be mindful of not wearing down Jimmy Butler or Bam Adebayo with such extra effort. Beyond that, pressure defense also can result in fouls. That might be palatable with, say, Gabe Vincent or Victor Oladipo. But I’m not sure you would want Butler or Adebayo burning fouls in the backcourt.

Q: I just love that it’s championship or bust here. That’s the greatest feeling as a Heat fan and as a competitor. – Swann.

A: Which is why the precautions with Kyle Lowry in both the first and second rounds. The goal was not to just advance to the Eastern Conference finals. The goal was, and remains, the 16 victories required for a title. And the challenges at point guard only will get tougher, which is why you need, or at least want, Kyle Lowry as close to 100 percent as possible.

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What you see first in this mind-twisting optical illusion could reveal the person you become when you fall in love

THE image you see first in this mind-bending optical illusion could reveal the type of person you become when you fall in love.

Artist Oleg Shupliak is renowned for combining faces of people and landscapes in his collection of hidden paintings.

3This optical illusion could reveal the type of person you are when you're in a relationshipCredit: Oleg Shupliak

His artwork titled "Our thought, our song", consists of a painter and his subject, a woman standing next to a tree, a man with a mustache, and a man without a mustache.

Also hidden within the illusion are houses and an instrument.

Rebecca Stokes, of Your Tango, revealed that if you see the painter and his subject first you are laser-focused on the person you love.

She said: “When you aren’t in love, you spend your time getting to know every single person you meet. You can’t help yourself.”

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Those that see the man who doesn’t have a mustache are more serious and introspective when they enter a relationship.

She said: “Being in a relationship gives you the freedom to sit with yourself and experience your emotions more honestly.”

Those that spot the lady next to the tree see the sensual in everything, according to Stokes.

But, viewers that instantly see the mustached man become a homebody when they fall for someone.

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Stokes said: “When you aren’t in love, you are a truly rootless being.”

But she warned: “It’s awesome that being in love gives you a new awareness of the importance of family and home as the center of your life, but don’t forget that you should still leave the house sometimes, too.”

If you managed to spot the homes first, you are more likely to have a ten-year plan in mind.

Viewers that can see the instrument aren’t artistic but are more creative when they fall in love.

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Meanwhile, Shupliak’s painting “Vision in the Mountains” could reveal a lot about your hidden weakness in relationships.

Inside the image, there's a hooded man, a person sitting on his jacket, the face of the Mona Lisa, a man with a beard, and a person sitting on a rock.

Viewers that see the bearded man first have low self-esteem, while those that can instantly spot the hooded man tend to flare up and have a bad temper.

But, if you can spot the face of the Mona Lisa it means you have a romanticized view of life.

And, Shupliak’s artwork titled “Ivan Hrozniy kills his son” could reveal what you find least attractive in relationships.

At first glance, the murder scene may seem quite clear.

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But, those that see the man’s face first hate a stubborn streak.

Those that can spot the angry man first do not like people who have a short temper.

3Shupliak's 'Vision in the Mountains' could reveal a lot about a person's hidden weaknessCredit: Oleg Shupliak 3If you saw the angry man first in this illusion it means you don't like people who have a short temperCredit: Oleg Shupliak We pay for your stories!

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