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Kyrie Irving reportedly won't be fined for chiding refs after Game 3 originally appeared on Kyrie Irving apparently didn't cross the line with his comments Friday night. The Boston Celtics guard won't be fined after criticizing officials following a Game 3 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks, The Boston Globe's Gary Washburn reported Sunday night. Irving took issue with Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo garnering 22 free throw attempts in the game, lamenting that all the foul calls were "slowing the f---ing game down" and adding, "It's getting ridiculous at this point." Continue to Article
May 06, 2019 9:19:am EST
The scenario is simple right now for Milwaukee and Golden State: Win a road game on Monday, go home toting a 3-1 series lead and be one win away from a spot in the NBA's version of the Final Four. The scenario is equally simple for Boston and Houston: Win a home game on Monday, or else. Top-seeded Milwaukee leads fourth-seeded Boston 2-1 in their Eastern Conference semifinal series, and top-seeded Golden State leads fourth-seeded Houston 2-1 in their Western Conference semifinal. Continue to Article
May 05, 2019 5:31:pm EST
Can Wolverine Smart rescue the Celtics from the Bucks again? originally appeared on BOSTON - After the Boston Celtics' gritty seven-game victory over the Milwaukee Bucks ignited the team's improbable playoff run a year ago, veteran big man Al Horford huddled his Celtics teammate with a message about Marcus Smart. "I told him this last year and I told our whole team it: I felt like he was the difference for us in the playoffs against [the Bucks] last year," said Horford. Continue to Article
May 05, 2019 5:19:pm EST
The Boston Celtics trail the Milwaukee Bucks 2-1 in the second round of the NBA playoffs, but they could have a reinforcement soon. Guard Marcus Smart, who has been out since the regular season finale with a left oblique strain, returned to practice Sunday and hopes to play in Monday's Game 4 in Boston. Although Smart only averaged 8.9 points in 27.5 minutes per game in the regular season, he is the team's best perimeter defender and would be a key factor in slowing down Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks' high-powered offense. Continue to Article
May 05, 2019 3:39:pm EST
We knew Marcus Smart was getting close to returning from his torn oblique injury, but this soon? Smart, who has been cleared for contact and did some 5-on-5 and 3-on-3 work yesterday, said he is "hopeful" he will be able to play in Boston's Game 4 matchup against Milwaukee on Monday. As far as his Game 4 availability, "That'll be totally up to the training staff and how he feels," said Boston head coach Brad Stevens. Continue to Article
May 05, 2019 2:32:pm EST
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