Ray Allen and the Boston Celtics take a lot of pride in their defense, so this one was a gem. For Milwaukee Bucks coach Scott Skiles, it was embarrassing.
With only nine players dressed, the Boston Celtics had no choice but to rely on their Big Three in the clutch.
Paul Pierce scored 12 of his 28 points in overtime to reach 20,000 points in his career, added a key steal with 27 seconds left, and helped the Boston Celtics beat the Milwaukee
Bucks 105-102 on Wednesday night.
Jerry Stackhouse and Luke Ridnour scored 17 points apiece, and the Milwaukee Bucks won their regular-season finale 106-95 on Wednesday night as the Boston Celtics rested their Big Three in preparation for the playoffs.
Paul Pierce scored 18 of his 24 points in the second half and the Boston Celtics beat Milwaukee 105-90 on Saturday night without Kevin Garnett, pushing the Bucks around in the process.
Here’s the injury you heard Toucher & Rich talking about this morning… brutal!
Paul Pierce missed a jumper at the buzzer, and the Boston Celtics lost in Milwaukee last night, 86-84 to the Bucks.
Celtics lose in Milwaukee to the Bucks stopping their win streak at four. 86-84.
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Be glad you’re not a Nets fan.