Horford and Irving dominate the 4th quarter as Celtics come back from 18-point deficit in OKC (videos)
Kyrie Irving scored team-high 25 points, including 22 just in the second half as the Celtics made big comeback in Oklahoma City, going back from 18-point deficit to win the game. Kyrie came big in the fourth quarter as well, making some tough buckets in the crunchtime. Al Horford chipped in with 20 points on his own, scoring 17 in the second half. Horford and Irving were great together against OKC's three stars as Big Al finished the game with eight boards and four dimes as well.
Jayson Tatum was Celtics' bright spot in the first half as he got all his 13 points in the first 24 minutes of play. Tatum added six boards and three assists to his total. Jaylen Brown ended up with his first double-double of career, posting 10 points to go with 12 rebounds. Brown struggled a little but this time as he does on the road this season. He had one big dunk in the third quarter though and provided some needed help on the boards as Celtics win streak continues.