It isn’t clear what the rest of the Eastern Conference semifinal series between the Celtics and Bucks will look like – because Boston has looked like two very different teams in the first two games. They got blown out Sunday in game one, then returned the favor against Milwaukee in game two. Even though defensive specialist Marcus Smart was sidelined with a thigh injury, Boston was able to slow down superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo. The two-time M-V-P scored 28 points in the Bucks’ loss but he had to take 27 shots to do it. Also important to Boston’s complete turnaround was 20-of-43 shooting on 3-pointers. Game three will be played in Milwaukee Saturday.