Kyrie scores 33, Smart adds 21 and All-Star Horford gets 13/12/6 but it's not enough for the Lakers (videos)
Kyrie Irving scored game-high 33 points to go with three rebounds and four assists but it wasn't enough as the Celtics dropped their fourth straight game, this time to Los Angeles Lakers. Marcus Smart chipped in with 21 points and eight dimes, staying hot all night long but his 3-pointer to win the game at the buzzer hit the rim and bounced out so the Lakers won 108-107.
Al Horford was selected to the All-Star Game just couple hours before and sure played like an All-Star, posting double-double of 13 points and 12 rebounds to go along with six assists and two blocks. Aron Baynes getting in foul-trouble helped the Lakers to win the rebounding battle, though. Marcus Morris chipped in with 13 points, seven boards and two blocks off the bench.