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Bradley’s Three Lifts Celtics Over Cleveland 111-108 in Game 3

Monday, May 22, 2017

 

Avery Bradley's three lifts Celtics over Cleveland

With the game tied at 108, Boston's Avery Bradley hit a three with 0.1 seconds left to give the Celtics a 111-108 game two win. 

The Celtics were down 21 points int he second half before storming back to cut Cleveland's series lead to 2-1. 

Game 4 is set for Tuesday, May 23 in Cleveland. 

Celtics Storm Back 

The Celtics trailed by 21 points, 77-56, with 6:39 to play in the third quarter, the Boston Celtics stormed all the way back to take a 99-98 lead with on a jumper by Kelly Olynyk with 4:20 to play in the game. 

The lead vollied back and forth the rest of the way with the Celtics leading by as much as three, 106-103, with 45 seconds left to play. 

Cleveland's JR Smith would come down on the next possession and tie the game at 106 with a three of his own. 

Boston would take another lead, 108-106, on long jumper by Jonas Jerebko with 30 seconds left, but Cleveland again would tie the game on a layup by Kyrie Irving setting up Bradley's heroics in the final seconds. 

Tip-off for game 4 is set for 8:30 p.m. 

Marcus Smart's Night 

With Isaiah Thomas out for the playoffs, Marcus Smart got the start for the Celtics and made the most of it. 

Smart poured in a career hight 27 points on 7 of 10 shooting from three. He also grabbed five rebounds and dished out seven assists. 

 

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