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Frustrated Celtics Let Another Win Slip Away

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Walker dribbled further into the Thunder side of the court, only to be chased down by Dennis Schroder, who snagged the ball from the unsuspecting Walker and casually put it in off the backboard to give Oklahoma City a 105-104 lead. Jayson Tatum missed Boston’s last-second attempt, and the Celtics lost for the fourth time in their last five games. Walker is hitting just 32 percent in his three games back, and doesn’t have the explosiveness that he showed off in the first half of the season.

“It’s a sickening feeling with this game and the Brooklyn game,” said Stevens. Stevens is confident that his team will figure it out and once again start winning games they should be winning, and maybe even steal a few that they shouldn’t.

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