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Video: Kyrie Irving, Celtics teammates reveal their lookalikes

During the highly-anticipated match between the Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors Thursday night, a video was shown on the jumbotron at TD Garden as Celtics players show to those in attendance who they’ve been mistaken for in the past.

Terry Rozier had Dwyane Wade, Al Horford had Grant Hill, Kyrie Irving had O.J. Mayo, and Jayson Tatum had Drake, among other Celtics players and their lookalikes, as the personalities whom others thought they were.

The clip brought about a rather light moment in a tense and emotional game that served as a barometer for the Celtics.

On the court against the Warriors, the Celtics were all business. After being down by as many as 17 points in both the first and second half, Boston rallied past the defending-champion Golden State squad, 92-88. The victory was the Celtics’ astounding 14th win in a row after they started the season 0-2.

The Celtics will look to win their 15th game on Saturday night when Grant Hill, O.J. Mayo, Drake, and company, or so we thought, travel to take on the lowly Atlanta Hawks (3-12) at Philips Arena. The contest, which is scheduled to tip off shortly after 7:30 p.m. ET, will be broadcast live locally on NBC Sports Boston.