If Eric Bledsoe didn't know who Terry Rozier was before, he does now.
The two were involved in a tussle during the third quarter of Tuesday night's Game 5 matchup between the Celtics and Bucks.
You had to figure something would happen between Rozier and Bledsoe on the court at some point this series. Bledsoe claimed he didn't know "who the [expletive] Rozier is" after Game 2.
Bledsoe received a flagrant foul while Rozier got a technical
The Celtics might have a big piece back for Tuesday night's Game 5 against the Bucks.
Marcus Smart, out since last month after undergoing thumb surgery, has been physically cleared to play. The Celtics have yet to announce whether Smart will definitely play Tuesday, but it's hard to imagine the ultra-competitive Smart wouldn't.
Smart's potential return might go a long way towards the Celtics reclaiming their series lead after winning Games 1 and 2 before dropping two straight in Milwaukee. His impact on games against the Bucks during the regular season illustrated how much his defense can help.
Tune into NBC Sports Boston to watch Game 5 of the opening round of the NBA playoffs, as the Celtics host the Bucks at TD Garden. You can also click here to watch the Celtics livestream presented by Nissan on the NBC Sports App. Coverage begins at 6 p.m. with Celtics Pregame Live Presented by ACE Ticket.
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