The Celtics should expect to see more of J.J. Redick in Game Two.
"I think that our offense was better when he was in the game," Orlando coach Stan Van Gundy said. "I mean, I thought especially with he and Vince in the game together, that's probably our most offensively skilled lineup in terms of being able to have everybody handling the ball, running pick‑and‑rolls and things like that. I thought we were able to execute offensively a little bit better with him in the game."
Redick scored nine points in 19 minutes and he helped the Magic rally in the fourth quarter.
"Redick, I thought he killed us off the dibble so we have to do a better job there," Boston coach Doc Rivers said.