Once the first timekeepers of Boston's balanced list of NBA Tests find a notch in the long range, the determined Celtics make a memorable comeback and pass Stephen Curry and the old guard of the Golden State.

Jillian Brown fueled the late charge and scored 24 points, Al Harford hit six three- pointers and the Celtics beat the soldiers in a 120- 108 game on Thursday night in the most one- sided fourth quarter in NBA Tests history.

Harford finished with 26 points and beat Celtics soldiers 40- 16 in the last 12 twinkles after running 15 points late in the third quarter.

The 15- time-old, who turned 36 on Friday, has played 141 formerpost-season games, the most before playing in the NBA Tests.

I allowed the boys were going to find me after a while. Derrick White also hit some tough shots there," said Harford." I just got the look, the knock down. That is it."

Boston made their first seven attempts from a long distance in the fourth and hit 9 of 12 in this period as nearly everyone was involved in a three- point fight.

Jason Tatum was the only Celtic regular who fought aggressively, taking 3 for 17, though he'd 13 assists.

Curry scored 34 points on the NBA's return to the big stage for the first time in three times, but the soldiers couldn't keep pace with the 38- point third quarter that put them ahead 92- 80 in the last 12 twinkles.

" It's an inconceivable feeling to be then and to contend at this position against such a dynamic ballot over the last many times," said Boston Guard Payton Pritchard.

." I suppose we are each looking forward to the challenge of going through the series and trying to get it done."