The Boston Celtics vs. Milwaukee Bucks second-round matchup saw an unlikely hero lead the Celtics to a win over the Bucks to tie the series up at 2-2.

That hero was Al Horford, a player Boston reacquired this season after letting him go in 2019 to the Philadelphia 76ers.

Horford had a 30-point night, with a lot of his damage coming in the fourth quarter.

The Greek Freak was being his usual dominant self when he started feeling himself a little too much and stared Horford down.

However, Al didn't appreciate that one bit, so he responded by torching the Bucks, with Giannis not able to do anything to stop it.

After the game, Horford spoke about that incident and everything that happened in the fourth quarter.

"I don't really know what he said to me, but the way he was looking at me and the way that was going about it really didn't sit well with me."

"And at that point, something switched with me in the game."

Horford's play in the fourth quarter was much-needed to stop the Celtics from going down 3-1.

The performance has kept Boston in the series, and with the series going back to the TD Garden, could give the Celts an advantage.