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Brooklyn was well on their way to a sweep after Joe Harris

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. It looked like Brooklyn was well on their way to a sweep after Joe Harris hit a three-pointer to put the Nets up 19-4 only 3:26 into the game. But a funny thing happened on the way to that 3-0 series lead. The Celtics fought back. Boy did they ever fight back. They scored. They defended. They grabbed rebounds. They slammed home offensive rebounds. And they had some fun doing it. And a crowd of only 5,000 sounded like it was a full TD Garden. Even if things don’t go Boston’s way the rest of the series, this undermanned bunch found their edge and scrapped to a win. Just the way Celtics fans like it. 2. There aren’t a lot of superlatives left to describe Jayson Tatum. He’s an incredible talent, who is still learning and figuring things out. That’s what makes what he’s doing so special. Tatum is still growing into the play he’s eventually going to be. 50 points in a playoff game is legendary stuff. Here’s some of how he got there. This crossover into his step-back over Kevin Durant was a sign of things to come: