bobcats 89, celtics 83 ‘Cocky’ Celtics have 4-game win streak stopped ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe Staff The Celtics’ Kris Humphries drove to the hoop and drew a foul on the Bobcat's Jeff Taylor in the first quarter. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Charlotte's Kemba Walker grimaced from a knee to his head from Jordan Crawford. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Mike Napoli of the Red Sox was in a front-row courtside seat, and when he was shown on the video scoreboard, he acknowledged the cheers of the crowd by tugging on his trademark beard. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Kelly Olynyk bent over as he battled for position under the boards with Charlotte's Al Jefferson. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Brad Stevens patroled the court. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Gerald Wallace and Kris Humphries ducked as Charlotte's Jeff Taylor slammed home a dunk in the first half. Jim Davis/Globe Staff As Anthony tolliver prepared to invound the ball, two young fans had some fun. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Gerald Wallace headed for the floor after a fourth-quarter collision with Gerald Henderson. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Wallace hit the floor hard. Jim Davis/Globe Staff The Celtics’ four-game winning streak came to an end, and team president Danny Ainge had an expression on his face that reflected that fact. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Gerald Henderson called for a timeout while being guarded by Avery Bradley late in the game. The Bobcats‘ Al Jefferson also called for a timeout.