Golden State Warriors vs Dallas Mavericks
Dallas Mavericks Brandon Bass (L) looks to the basket while guarded by Golden State Warriors Baron Davis (C) and Kelenna Azubuike (7) at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on March 30, 2008. (UPI Photo/Terry Schmitt)
Jason Terry and Paul Pierce combined to make nine 3-pointers Wednesday, a long-range effort that kept Boston's season alive with a 92-86 win over New York.
Courtney Lee led a Boston balanced attack with 20 points Saturday and the Celtics clinched a seventh playoff seed by overwhelming Orlando 120-88.
Brandon Bass put in 20 points and Paul Pierce added 15 more Sunday, elevating the Boston Celtics to a 107-96 victory over Washington.
A 34-point effort from Jeff Green Wednesday helped bring Boston a 98-93 win over Detroit that clinched a playoff spot for the Celtics.
Jeff Green scored on a layup just before the buzzer Wednesday to bring Boston a 93-92 victory over Cleveland that ended the Celtics' five-game skid.
A tip-in by Anthony Davis with three-tenths of a second remaining Wednesday brought New Orleans an 87-86 triumph over Boston.
Jason Terry led a parade of five Celtics scoring in double figures Saturday who fueled Boston's 105-88 victory over Charlotte.
Gerald Henderson poured in 35 points, a career high, and the Charlotte Bobcats dominated Boston 100-74 Tuesday to end a 10-game losing streak.
Kevin Garnett helped spark a fourth-quarter rally with eight points down the stretch Wednesday, powering the Boston Celtics to a 71-69 win over Chicago.
Paul Pierce helped Boston break things open with a big second quarter Wednesday and the Celtics sailed to a 99-81 triumph over Sacramento.