In what was arguably the game of the NBA Playoffs so far, the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Boston Celtics by a score of 110-107. Milwaukee outscored Boston 33-21 in the fourth quarter to pull off this comeback win.
With just over two minutes remaining, Al Horford threw down a putback dunk that looked like it may ice the game for the Celtics as they went up by six.
Giannis then hit a massive and clutch three pointer after shooting terribly all season and series long from behind the arc. That was followed by a Giannis steal and a Jrue Holiday three to tie the game at 105 with just 42 seconds remaining.
Jayson Tatum was able to hit two free throws with 30 seconds remaining to take back the lead by two. Giannis then went to the line where he hit the first and missed the second, but it was putback by Bobby Portis to give the Bucks the lead by one.
Holiday then came up with two huge defensive stops in the last eight seconds on Marcus Smart. One was a massive block and then on Boston’s next possession, a steal to seal the game.
The series is now 3-2 in favor of Milwaukee as they go back to Milwaukee for game six.
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