Khris Middleton hits insane buzzer-beater to force OT

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The Celtics were up 108-106 in overtime when Al Horford collected a rebound and got it ahead to Rozier, who was fouled.

Giannis Antetokounmpo showed out for the Bucks with 35 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists, with Middleton finishing with 31 points.

The Celtics-Bucks game went to overtime Sunday with a pair of awesome shots in the final two seconds.

Rozier crossed up Eric Bledsoe and hit a three-pointer to put his team up by three, with 0.5 seconds remaining as it looked like the Celtics had done enough to snatch the win. When that shot was matched to force overtime, Rozier was at it again, coming up big down the stretch.

After the Bucks hit a 3-pointer to tie the game with just seconds remaining, Terry Rozier appeared to play the role of hero for Boston when he put a lovely move on a defender and knocked down a three of his own.

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Khris Middleton: This was one of those dominant performances in a very stealth-like manner.

But before the Celtics could take the game in the extra minutes, it was a close final seconds of regular time. Jaylen Brown scored 20 and rookie Jayson Tatum added 19 points and 10 rebounds.

Marcus Morris: He drained a couple of circus-like shots with the shot clock winding down, but there was a lot to like about what Morris brought to the game offensively.

Just watch this play. It's never a good night when you finish with more turnovers (5) than assists (4), and you're a guard.

Check it out. The ball just got off his fingertips.

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