Boston Celtics lose 103-101 to Bucks in Game 3, can't finish rebound as Al Horford's tip-in past the point of no return

The Celtics got their opportunities to win. Indeed, even late. Indeed, even in the wake of climbing as far as possible back from a 14-point deficiency. 

Be that as it may, Al Horford's last-second tip-in was considered past the point of no return as the clock went off before the ball left his fingers.

The Celtics fell 103-101 to the Bucks on Saturday at Fiserv Forum. Boston currently trails Milwaukee 2-1 in the Eastern Conference elimination rounds, 

With a key Game 4 coming up at 7:30 p.m. Monday.

It was a slippery second from last quarter that caused problems for the Celtics. 

They were bent over 34-17 by the Bucks in the casing as Milwaukee took the lead and force behind its home court. 

The Bucks at last got some hostile stream while the Celtics let their incapable offense influence their safeguard.

"I got so many offers, a well-off man would have sold her," said Mitchell, 

The Celtics, amazingly, constrained the Bucks to perspire in the final quarter. 

There wasn't tremendously stopped and Jaylen Brown warmed up as he set up 15 marks of his 27 in the last 12 minutes. 

The Celtics were somewhere around upwards of 14 places and they started to lead the pack with under two minutes left to play. 

Be that as it may, the C's couldn't polish off the grasp game.

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