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Boston comes all the way back from a 17-point deficit to beat the defending-champion Warriors and prove they belong.
The Celtics' Al Horford breaks down how important the victory over the Warriors was and how comfortable Kyrie Irving is with the rest of the squad.
Brad Stevens details how Jaylen Brown was able to play against the Warriors after the sudden passing of his best friend, Trevin Steede.
After struggling in the first half, Kyrie Irving and the Celtics go on a 19-0 run in the third quarter and hold off the Warriors in the fourth en route to a 92-88 win in Boston.
Jaylen Brown shines, scoring 22 as the Celtics erase a 17-point deficit to finish off the Warriors and keep the streak alive.
Kyrie Irving draws a foul and drains both free throws to give the Celtics the lead in their 92-88 victory over the Warriors.
After Kyrie Irving misses the layup, Al Horford comes up clutch and slams down a putback dunk to fire up the crowd.
Jaylen Brown meets Klay Thompson at the rim for a huge block to stop his layup.
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