Can Jayson Tatum maintain his hot streak against the Heat for three more games?

The Miami Heat let the Boston Celtics win one. But, in order for the Celtics to become the first team in NBA history to come back from a 0-3 deficit in a playoff series,

their superstar must play like one over the next three games. Jayson Tatum is the key to Boston accomplishing the impossible. 

The 25-year-old played a key role in Tuesday's critical Game 4, scoring a game-high 33 points (14-22 FG) to go with 11 rebounds and seven assists. 

Twenty-five of his 33 points came in the second half. Can Tatum take that energy into Game 5 and beyond? On Wednesday's Early Edition,

our Chris Forsberg and Sports Illustrated's Chris Mannix discussed their perspectives.

"You haven't seen a genuine Jayson Tatum game like he did in Game 7 against the Sixers," Forsberg remarked. 

"You haven't gotten the Jaylen Brown game at any point in this series." So I believe that's what you're clinging to.

Tatum is probably capable of that, but I don't believe you can expect it to be consistent throughout the course of it.