The Boston Celtics are dominating the Milwaukee Bucks through two quarters during Thursday night's regular season finale at TD Garden. As a team, Boston is outshooting Milwaukee 52.3 percent to 40 percent from the floor, on their to a 60-42 lead at halftime.
Paul Pierce left the game in the first period, and was deemed unlikely to return with a sprained left big toe. He did come back, however, scoring five points in the second quarter to lead the Celtics with 12 points. Rajon Rondo was held without a point through 24 minutes, but put up a whopping 12 assists. Brandon Bass pitched in five points and six rebounds.
Boston has forced 11 Milwaukee turnovers, while giving the ball back just four times. Brandon Jennings leads the Bucks with 10 points, but shot just 4-for-11 from the field to get there. He has four turnovers to just two assists.
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