Boston Celtics (1-3, 0-2 road) @ New York Knicks (3-1, 2-0 home) Madison Square Garden, 7:00 pm on TNT/WEEI Officials: Joe Crawford, James Capers, Sean Corbin Line: New York -9 (180) Get tickets to tonight's game at Madison Square GardenThe end of the line for Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett?: Pierce has said today that he wants to play at least one more year, but there's no guarantee it will be in Boston. Rumors are swirling regarding Garnett's retirement. This could well be the last time these two Hall of Famers suit up in green together. How will the C's respond to the Knicks mouthing off?: Kenyon Martin is talking about "dressing for a funeral." J.R. Smith thinks the Knicks should already be in the next round. Will their comments give the Celtics that extra bit of motivation they need? Jason Terry's offense: After Boston struggled to score in the second half for the third time in four games (25, 23, and 30 points in Games, 1, 2, and 4 respectively), Terry stepped up and bailed them out in OT on Sunday. Can he stay hot and give the Celts the additional scorer they desperately need? Through regulation of Game 4 Terry was averaging 8 points per game for the series, but he scored the Celtics final 9 points in overtime. J.R. Smith returns to action for New York tonight after serving a 1 game suspension for elbowing Terry in Game 3. The Knicks look to win their first playoff series since 2000, and have already won as many postseason games in this series (3) as they did from 2001-2012. Boston has never failed to advance past the first round since the arrival of Garnett in 2007.