You know the old saying - close only counts in horseshoes. The Boston Celtics were so close to knocking off unbeaten Golden State last night but in the end, lost in two overtimes 124-119.

It was tied 103-103 at the end of regulation. It was

The Celtics had two chances to win it in the final seconds in the first overtime but could not. The score 110-110.

In the second OT, a Draymond Green driving layp with 52-seconds turned out to be the winning basket. The Warriors put it away with six free throws after that.

Steph Curry scored 38 points but did not shoot well and turned the ball over eight times.

Kelly Olynyk led Boston with 28.

So Golden State improves to 24-0 and play in Milwaukee tonight. They try to do win all seven games on their roadtrip - no NBA team has ever done that.

The (13-10) Celtics play in Charlotte tonight.