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Celtics defend home court

1:19

Morris, Nance get into heated altercation

Marcus Morris taunts Larry Nance Jr. after a block. Nance shoves Morris as teammates try to separate them. Morris and Nance receive technical fouls.

1:21

Rozier feeds Horford for the alley-oop

After LeBron James misses a layup, Terry Rozier flies downcourt and lobs a pass up to Al Horford, who finishes with a two-handed dunk.

0:24

Celtics hitting from downtown

The Celtics drain nine 3-pointers in the first half and hold an 11-point advantage at halftime.

0:50

Nance's poster attempt fail

Larry Nance Jr. tries to throw down a huge dunk over Aron Baynes, but gets called for a charge.

0:27

Tatum says Celtics played with more poise in Game 5

Jayson Tatum explains how the Celtics were able to once again protect home court in Game 5 and what Boston needs to do to win in Cleveland.

1:11

Tatum converts steal into layup

Jayson Tatum picks up Kevin Love's bad pass and drives right past LeBron James for a layup.

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Ball movement leads to Smart's 3-pointer

Celtics pass the ball around a couple of times before Marcus Smart pulls up from 3-point land and drains it.

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LeBron's sloppy pass leads to Tatum's 3-pointer

LeBron James turns the ball over with a bad pass and at the other end, Jayson Tatum knocks down a pull-up 3-pointer.

0:40

Smart drains back-to-back buckets

Marcus Smart banks in a shot off the glass and on the next possession, smart floats in a layup.

0:27

Tatum follows up 3-pointer with assist to Baynes

Jayson Tatum pulls up and drains a 3-pointer and on the next possession, Tatum finds Aron Baynes with a no-look pass for a dunk.

0:35

Baynes caps off block with tip-in

Aron Baynes rises up to deny George Hill's layup attempt and then cleans up Jaylen Brown's miss with a tip-in.

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Tatum makes jump shot after nice dribble

Jayson Tatum dribbles behind his back, pulls up for a midrange shot and knocks it down.

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Orpik takes brutal hit

Brooks Orpik is checked hard into the boards by Cedric Paquette and has to be helped off the ice. No penalty is assessed.

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