Bucks come from 22 down to stun Celtics

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Updated: November 1, 2013

Boston, MA (SportsNetwork.com) – Up by 22 points midway through the third
quarter, Boston coach Brad Stevens was in prime position for his first win as
an NBA coach.

The Milwaukee Bucks, though, rode the strong play of their bench players and
netted the game’s final 10 points for a stunning 105-98 triumph at TD Garden.

Zaza Pachulia scored half of his 20 points in the last quarter to help Larry
Drew earn his first win as Bucks coach and spoil Boston’s home opener.

Brandon Bass’ two free throws boosted the Celtics to a 98-95 lead with 2:37
remaining, but Milwaukee’s reserves proved to be the difference by scoring all
but five of the team’s points in a 34-15 fourth-quarter margin.

Pachulia had six of his team’s points during the 10-0 run, including two free
throws with 43.5 seconds left that gave his team the lead.