by Marcel Mutoni/@marcel_mutoni

It was the Celtics’ turn to have an unlikely hero (or two) last night, as Glen “Big Baby” Davis and Nate Robinson took over Game 4 down the stretch, and helped even up the NBA Finals.

With Andrew Bynum unable to play much of the second half due to his ballooning knee, Davis dominated the paint (18 points, 5 boards, including 4 offensive ones), and had the signature moment of the game. Which, of course, involved a lot of drool:

“This is what legends are made of, this is where you grasp the moment,” Davis said. “Just play in the moment.”

What is sure to be a classic Game 5 is slated for Sunday night in Boston.