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Jamal Murray had a game to remember on Monday night after the Boston Celtics could do nothing to stop him on the court as he poured in 48 points in a 115-107 victory.

Irked by Murray's move, Irving grabbed the ball and air mailed it into the stands at Denver's Pepsi Center. The Around the Horn panelists give their take on whether Murray's shot at the buzzer was uncalled for. "He did it in a great fashion against us", Irving said of Murray's offensive show.

"What kind of competitor wouldn't it bother?" he snapped. He made us pay in certain instances, making some tough shots and some tough layups.

"I think everybody understood that's what I was trying to do".

Murray didn't see it the way Irving did and, to his credit, he says he had no intention of rubbing salt into the Celtics' wounds the way he seemed to be doing. Irving said. "I understand if we fouled him, going to the free throw line".

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"But the ball deserves to go in the crowd after a bulls**t move like that". I mean, if Jamal wants to reach 50 and throw himself a party after, let him go for it. I know half the team over there, so no hard feelings.

But the guard who's been known to ruffle a few feathers since he came into the league appeared to take a long three-point attempt at the buzzer to pad his already-impressive stats. I just had it in my mind I was going for 50.

Kyrie Irving was not happy Monday night. The Nuggets guard posted a career-high 48 points on 19-of-30 shooting.

The Nuggets and Celtics play one more time in the regular season, this time in Boston on March 18, 2019 - a date the Celtics and their fans have probably now circled on their calendars.