Celtics notebook Doc Rivers: Officials did ‘horrendous’ job ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe Staff Kevin Garnett and the Celtics fell into an 0-2 series hole after an 87-71 loss to the Knicks in New York. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Doc Rivers was unhappy with the referees. With Kevin Garnett in foul trouble, Rivers said the fouls called on him were "horrendous." Jim Davis/Globe Staff Garnett had to exit the game in the fourth quarter with five fouls. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Carmelo Anthony got the best of Paul Pierce and scored 34 points for the Knicks. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Garnett and Pierce were left dejected on the Celtics bench late in the game. Jim Davis/Globe Staff J.R. Smith rejoiced after hitting a desperation three pointer at the buzzer ending the first quarter for the Knicks. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Former Yankees outfielder Bernie Williams performed the national anthem on his guitar before the game.