After losing two of three games on the road since the allstar break, the Boston Celtics got back on parquet and won for a ninth straight time at home, beating Milwaukee 112-107.

All five starters were in double-digit scoring - Isaiah Thomas led with 27, Jae Crowder 20 and Avery Bradley with 18.

Jabari Parker led the Bucks with 22.

The win puts the C's at 34-25 and that's good for third place in the east.

Last night's game was the first of a five game home stand.