Wizards forward Oubre ejected for bowling over Olynyk

Oubre was suspended for Game 4 of the series.

The physical series continues as the Wizards keep the flame alive in the series with a win-loss record of 2-1. As a team, the Wizards shot 52 percent from the field and nine of 21 from the three-point line, but this game was all about the third quarter where the Wizards used a ridiculous 26-0 run to bust open a game that was deadlocked at halftime. Like I don't respect that man, he dirty.

Isaiah Thomas complained after Game 4 that he had been repeatedly held and knocked to the ground in the second half.

Olynyk's play has been under the microscope since Game 3 when Washington Wizards forward Kelly Oubre charged at Olynyk after being floored by an illegal screen.

"It's got to be called differently", Thomas said. "If you do that, that should be automatic".

Green expanded on his comments, saying there's a difference between "knowing all the tricks" and what Olynyk is doing. "We're anxious about the Celtics right now".

Afterward, Boston coach Brad Stevens said those two stretches ruined the Celtics' trip to Washington. Otto Porter said the Celtics are dirty, and the Wizards famously dressed in black for a "funeral" game against the Celtics. "We can't respond that way".

What the Wizards did to Thomas was two-fold. Several NBA players share that opinion. Boston used eight players during this stretch.

"Our guys are certainly disappointed in the runs that we've allowed in each of the last two games and how that took us out", said Stevens. "Especially with Isaiah guarding me, or whoever is guarding me trying to attack that side". I mean, the screens we've been setting ... for the most part, I feel like they've been legal.

The best-of-seven series is 2-2 with Game 5 tomorrow (8 p.m.) at the Garden.

Tempers flared during Game 3 of the Boston Celtics vs. "I'll watch film (and) make adjustments". I play the same way each and every night.

Green, who in December was named the second dirtiest player in National Basketball Association history by Fox Sports, went on to detail the difference between someone who tries to bend the rules for his advantage and someone who purposefully tries to injure others.

"We have to take advantage of them having a guy down", Celtics starter Jae Crowder said. "But it's obvious that guys try to come at him and try to rattle him a little bit".