A pair of overtime three-pointers proved to be the difference. The first gave the C's a 125-123 lead, while the second was the eventual game-winner:
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Irving's second three, which was taken near the center-court logo, was from 31 feet.
The eighth-year pro scored 10 points in a 1:17 span to close the extra frame. Eight of those points came in the final 38.6 seconds.
Head coach Brad Stevens offered his thoughts postgame:
Irving and the Celtics have won seven straight games after starting 10-10. They'll face the Atlanta Hawks next on Friday at 7 p.m. ET.