The Boston Celtics should have been up 3-1 in the second round of the playoffs against the Philadelphia 76ers,

but made too many errors in the late fourth quarter and overtime in Game 4 on Sunday afternoon, losing 116-115 at the Wells Fargo Center.

The result is a tie series and the action moves to Boston's TD Garden for the all-important Game 5 on Tuesday night.  

Celtics superstar Jayson Tatum hasn't been as consistent as one might expect from this series.

Kendrick Perkins gives

Kendrick Perkins gives

He was phenomenal in the Game 1 loss to Boston, scoring 39 points with a 56% shooting percentage, 11 rebounds, and 5 assists. He struggled mostly in Game 2 when he was fouled,

ending with seven points in 19 minutes as the Celtics won 121-87. Former Celtics center Kendrick Perkins believes Tatum has no excuse not to win a league this season.

The Celtics have the motivation they need after losing in the NBA Finals last season and plenty of talent at every position on the roster.

“There is no excuse not to do it. All I heard was how miserable his off-season was and how he's been waiting for this moment and how he's dealing with this time right now. Jayson Tatum has to do it.

Real Madrid has lost two of their last three games and is practically eliminated from La Liga, 14 points behind leaders Barcelona.

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