Al Jefferson Ends Boston Celtics' Winning Streak at 4

Fan favorite Al Jefferson made his annual return to the Garden and put on a show, getting the game-winning putback in the final minute to cap off a great performance and get the 89-83 win for the Charlotte Bobcats.

BOSTON – The Garden Report crew was in full force Wednesday night to break down Al Jefferson's clutch performance in a win over his former Celtics. The guys broke down Jefferson's play and the rest of the Bobcats (which merits little analysis). They also discussed the Celtics' effort and execution and tried to figure out why they never managed to grab the lead in the game.

Oh, and Mike Napoli was in the house.

For part two, the crew quickly broke down the spastic yet effective Jordan Crawford, who has become an integral component of the squad.

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