The Boston Celtics beat the Milwaukee Bucks in overtime, 112-108 Saturday night, despite no Al Horford and Avery Bradley in the lineup.

Horford is battling a groin injury while Bradley deals with an achilles injury.

But the C's did have Isaiah Thomas and he pumped in 37 points. And, Jae Crowder, who played in college ball in MIlwaukee for Marquette, added 20. Crowder  hit key free throws in the overtime period.

The win puts the Celtics in a tie for second place in the Eastern Conference with Toronto. Both teams are now 29-18.