On "Celtics Postgame Live," Donny Marshall, along with Gary Tanguay, says that he loved the energy that the Celtics brought into this game and it helped them get the win, 96-92 on Saturday night in Milwaukee.
"It's hard to play with complete and total energy for 48 minutes in the NBA," Marshall said. "You want to start that way, have your bench come in and finish that way."
Down the stretch, it was Paul Pierce (25 points), who was in a shooting duel with Bucks guard Monta Ellis (32 points), who carried the Celtics.
"Paul Pierce was kind of taking this team and saying get on my back, we have to have this game," Marshall said.