Hofford first win feels great

  • The Celtics beat the Bucks 113-107 in overtime NBA Live Coins at home today, winning the first game of the first round of the playoffs. In the match, Alfred Hofer, the Celtics insider, played well. He made 5 of 8 shots in 44 minutes and threw 13 free throws. He scored 24 points, 12 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals and 3 blocked shots. After the match, Hofford talked about himself and the team's performance.

    "I'm very happy that I returned to the game early in the fourth quarter. I really want to stay on the court in this kind of game. So I'm very happy. I can play and continue until the end." Hoferd Said.

    In the final 1 second of the fourth quarter of the game, Bucks defender Chris Middleton hit a three-point distance and dragged the game into overtime. However, the Celtics scored 14-8 in overtime and eventually won at home.

    "The last ball in the fourth quarter was a bit difficult, because I thought the game was over," said Hofd. "Everyone is saying that you will always hit the last 1 second, but it is almost 1 second. At the time he actually made a hit, then we have to concentrate again, but we did it, we stayed in shape and we got a victory."

    Celtics forward Marcus Morris, who played on the bench in the game, also played well. He scored 21 points and 7 rebounds in 8 of 20 shots.

    When talking about the role of Maurice, Hofder said: "There is no doubt that we need him. He has brought toughness to the team. When the game is in a stalemate, he can bring scores. This is great."

    When talking about his performance, Hofford said: "Our game plan is to let me score more inside, and my opponent's frontline performance is also very good, making it difficult for me to catch the ball. But I'm still inside several times. I got a good position and received a pass from the teammates. I just tried to find the most efficient way to help the team win.

    At 8 am Beijing time on April 18, the second game between the Celtics and the Bucks will continue at the Boston Garden Arena.