Celtics, Bucks Fixated On Game 7

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The Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo and Celtics' Semi Ojeleye during Game 6. (Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

BOSTON (WBZ-AM) -- Bruins rallied Wednesday for a Game 7 win at the Garden and, tomorrow, Celtics will get their turn after last night's setback in Milwaukee.

C's were hammered in transition, 34-6, and shot just 37 percent.

So, it's onto the winner-take-all meeting between Brad Stevens, Joe Prunty and their Celts and Bucks.

"Our guys get to experience a Game 7 which, again, we didn't want," Stevens said. "But Game 7 in TD Garden is what you play for. It should be what you're most excited about, what you work for all summer, what you work for all year. It's a blast."

"This is what you work for," Prunty said. "So embrace that moment. Go out and, as a team, attack it together, to go find a way--find a way to get a win."

Bucks haven't been in a Game 7 since 2010, but Jaylen Brown played in one last spring in a win over the Wizards.

"This is where home court becomes an advantage," he said. "We're playing the right way all season, it comes up great for us. This is where playing the right basketball all year long is gonna come to a benefit. A lot of people haven't experienced it on this team, Game 7 in TD Garden atmosphere is crazy. I expect nothing short of a tremendous performance from everybody, and we'll come out and do what it takes to survive and advance."

Tip-off is at 8 p.m.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman reports

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