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The Celtics stormed back from a 26-point deficit to knock off the Rockets, 99-98, and were aided by two controversial offensive fouls called against James Harden in the final seconds.
Both fouls were called when Harden appeared to knock down Celtics guard Marcus Smart as the Rockets were attempting to inbound the ball.
The first foul set up the eventual game-winning shot by Al Horford. The second allowed Boston to regain possession and seal the game.
Safe to assume opinions of those calls will differ among the fanbases in Houston and Boston.