The Celtics outscored Atlanta 12-3 in overtime Sunday night at TD Garden to grab a thrilling 104-95 Game 4 victory. With the victoryBoston tied the series, 2-2, with Game 5 slated for Tuesday in Atlanta (8:30 p.m., TNT, CSNNE).
The Celtics got a gift at the end of regulation when Hawks guard Jeff Teague was unable to get a shot off despite have Isaiah Thomas isolated at the top of the key. Teague wasted far too much time, was unable to make much of a move to the basket and the ball slipped out of his hands with three seconds remaining as he attempted to pull-up to shoot from well-beyond the 3-point line.
Amir Johnson scored the first five points of the extra session for the C's after being a relative non-factor offensively prior. Isaiah Thomas led the Celtics in scoring once again with 28 points while Marcus Smart pumped in 20 points off the bench.
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The C's were able to grab the victory despite a dominant effort by Hawks forward Paul Millsap, who scored 45 points.