In what was easily the best game of the 2018 NBA Playoffs so far, the Boston Celtics were able to get the job done with great team basketball en route to a 113-107 overtime victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday night.

Celtics head coach Brad Stevens gave the utmost amount of praise to his guys for being able to overcome adversity yet again as a team.

“I’ve been around a lot of teams and have been fortunate to be around a lot of really tough teams. I’m not sure I’ve been around one that, in the face of a tough stretch on a basketball court, responds better than this one,” coach Stevens said on Monday, via a tweet from Celtics beat reporter Chris Forsberg of ESPN.

Guard Terry Rozier (23 points on 7-of-18 shooting) and forward Marcus Morris (21 points on 8-of-20 shooting) made multiple clutch plays on both offense and defense down the stretch of the game, none bigger than Rozier’s three-pointer with just 0.5 seconds left in regulation.

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Unfortunately, Boston will be without star point guard Kyrie Irving for their run throughout the playoffs and won’t have the services of Marcus Smart for at least a week and a half.

“The earliest that I’ve been told that he can possibly be returning would be April 27, so we’re still a ways away from that … We’ll see how that all goes. I don’t know if that timeline is going to hold or not … He feels good about his progress,” Stevens said about Smart’s hand injury, per Forsberg.

The Celtics will look to take a 2-0 lead on Tuesday night over the Bucks and put a lot of the pressure on Milwaukee.