Call Me Al
The Celtics have flashed championship level offensive fire power, and lock defense at times during this season, and the team from Bean Town put it on display again Monday night.
Playing without defensive stalwart Robert Williams, the Celtics went on the road and beat the Bucks 116-108 behind 35 year old veteran Al Horford. Horford and Giannis had back and forth moments in the game which proved to be a pivotal matchup, with a surprising positive outcome for the Celtics.
Hitting big shot after big shot, Horford and Tatum combined for 60 points, 30 a piece for each player. As for Milwaukee, they could not find a foothold in the game, and looked to be out of offensive options without All-Star Khris Middleton. The series is all square now at 2-2, with the key Game 5 set to tip-off at the TD Garden Wednesday night.