BOSTON – Just two nights after pulling off a remarkable Game 4 comeback win in Milwaukee

Boston saw a 14-point fourth-quarter lead disappear Wednesday night at TD Garden

As the Bucks got their revenge in the form of a 110-107 Game 5 win, giving them a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference Semifinals

Boston had two chances to seal the deal during the final 15 seconds, but the defending champs delivered two championship-level plays – one on each end

There was no beating around the bush during the Celtics’ postgame interviews: this one hurt. But that doesn’t mean that they can’t recover.

The Bucks didn’t let their pain linger after suffering a stunning Game 4 loss on their home court

And now it’s Boston’s turn to take a page out of Milwaukee’s book.

“They did to us what we did to them the last game,” Marcus Smart acknowledged

We've got to fight back. We don’t have time to worry about how we lost

Rather than buckle under the pain from such a heartbreaking loss, the Celtics can use it to their advantage

They know that they outplayed the Bucks for 85 percent of the game and that they just let one slip away

And they also know that this series is far from over, especially given their track record of bouncing back this season

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