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Aside from Sunday night's 106-102 loss to the Chicago Bulls in Game 1 of the 2017 NBA playoffs, the Boston Celtics have been clutch this year.
Led by point guard Isaiah Thomas—dubbed the "King of the Fourth"—Boston went 18-6 in five-point games with five minutes to go in the regular season at TD Garden.
Though they lost home-court advantage by falling to the Bulls in Game 1, the Celtics' cold-bloodedness isn't going away.