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Unfortunately we will have no recaps or Green Envy's for a while, so figured it might be fun and give people a distraction to debate in the comment section on a different question every day while we are stuck in this new normal.

Today's question:

What are some of your favorite buzzer beaters in Celtics history?

Ok going with an easy question today that I don't need to explain some convoluted rules for. I'm sure there are a ton of old school Mike Gorman "Got it! At the buzzuh!" calls that might have more significance, but the first two that came to mind was Paul Pierce silencing Madison Square Garden in December 2010 and "Miracle" Milt Pilacio in New Jersey ten years prior. The Truth's one also stood out due to him running around wings out afterwards, KG bowing, and Nate Robinson's hilarious leap over Pierce. I guess Pierce's isn't technically a buzzer beater with 4/10th of a second left, but semantics. I'm counting it.





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JR 4/07/2020 04:33:00 PM Edit
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