(PHILADELPHIA) — The Philadelphia 76ers fought back in game 4 to even up their series with the Boston Celtics. Andre Iguodala led his Sixers team from 18 down in the third quarter to stun the Celtics 92-83 on Friday night.
“That’s not the first time he found me in that same exact spot,” Iguodala said of his shot over Ray Allen that put them ahead 85-83 with 1:21 left. “Just not as big a platform as it was tonight. But it worked out for us.”
“We’re just going to keep fighting,” 76ers head coach Doug Collins said. “That’s what we do.”
Celtics head coach Doc Rivers noted that his team will have to work on things before game 5 on Monday.
“I thought we lost the composure, and once we did, we never really returned to playing basketball the way we played in the first half,” Rivers said. “They pressure. They took us out of a lot of stuff.”
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Natalia Hepworth, EastIdahoNews.com