The base Terry Rozier, who holds the title of star Kyrie Irving , emerged as the decisive player with 23 points, including eight in overtime, guided the Boston Celtics to win 113-107 against the Milwaukee Bucks in the first game of the tie of the Eastern Conference Playoffs which is disputed to the best of seven. After concluding the regulation time with a draw to 99-99 after a miraculous triple spectacular of forward Khris Middleton, Rozier made the winning difference in Extra Time. Rozier, who scored 7 of 18 field goals, including 4 of 9 triples, and 5 of 6 from the line of personnel, started his exhibition in the overtime with a triple and then scored the last five points of the Celtics from the line of personal. Horford contributed a double-double 24 points and 12 rebounds who left him as the best of the Celtics in the actions within the painting. The Bucks had as their leader the Greek forward Giannis Antetokounmpo who stayed at the doors of a triple-double after scoring 35 points, capturing 13 rebounds, including 11 defensive, and distributed seven assists. Although the Bucks dominated the paint with 58 points for 44 of the Celtics, in the end they did not have enough consistency to get the victory. The second game of the series will be played on Tuesday on the same stage as Boston’s TD Garden.