BOSTON Teams

1:26

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Morris still frustrated at all the calls going against him. "Like every game I have to get a technical foul, you know what I mean? I'm not engaging into anything, I'm not going at the referees, I'm not talking crazy to him. For me, it's just getting old, man. Fining me, teching me, it's getting old. It's just laughable at this point."

2:47

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Al Horford after Game 4: "We're battling, we're playing hard, but it's not good enough just to play hard. This is why the playoffs are so challenging. But I think it's good for our group. I think we're learning. We're looking forward to being able to go back home."

Bucks prevail in back-and-forth battle to even series (1:54)
Bucks win wild Game 4 to draw even with Celtics (0:53)

ESPN Stats and Information  

The Celtics led this series 2-0, but the Bucks have tied it, 2-2. Entering this series, the Celtics have never lost a best-of-7 series after leading 2-0 (35-0). While the Bucks have never won a best-of-7 series after trailing 2-0 (0-13).

Morris can't convert in final seconds (0:51)
Brown, Tatum clutch in 4th quarter (0:43)

Greg Wyshynski ESPN 

Really surprised Charlie McAvoy of the Boston Bruins didn't grab a Calder Trophy nomination for rookie of the year. New York Islanders center Mathew Barzal, Vancouver Canucks right wing Brock Boeser and Arizona Coyotes center Clayton Keller are your finalists. McAvoy skated 22:09 per game and had 32 points in 63 games. Sure, his season was limited by injury, but he appeared in one fewer game than Selke nominee Patrice Bergeron and one more game than Boeser. Snubbed, for sure.

Brown drills huge 3-pointer in 4th (0:22)
Baynes and Maker get chippy (0:46)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics second-year swingman Jaylen Brown has spearheaded Boston's second-half rally to make this a game again. Brown had a postseason-high 30 points in Boston's Game 2 win.

Tatum gets away with blatant jersey grab (0:19)
Brown goes airborne for the bucket (0:17)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bucks contested 40 of 43 shots faced in the first half, including seven blocked shots, according to ESPN Stats and Info. The Celtics scored 2 points on uncontested shots while the Bucks scored 26 of their 51 uncontested.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Morris, who got fined $15,000 for his outburst about referees targeting him after a technical foul in Game 3, gets hit with a double technical with Khris Middleton in Game 4.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Nightmare finish to the first quarter for the Celtics, who botch a 2-for-1 then allow Bucks to score twice over the final 1.2 seconds, including a mental lapse that allowed Matthew Dellavedova a steal/layup at the buzzer.

Tatum cleans up Brown's dunk attempt (0:35)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics guard Marcus Smart said his thumb will be reevaluated Tuesday in New York and he's hoping to be cleared for contact at that point. Smart said he could be available for a potential Game 6 against the Bucks, if cleared.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics coach Brad Stevens said he won't make any changes to his starting 5 for Game 4. Stevens said his team simply needs to match the intensity that Milwaukee displayed in Game 3. Stevens: “If intensity levels are at different levels you're not winning."