Not a pretty night for New England sports on Monday evening. The Patriots and Celtics lost to sub .500 teams on the same night for the first time since November 1991 per Elias Sports. While the Patriots game wasn't pretty by any means, most of you were probably lucky to miss out on the Celtics' first true stinker of the season, where a 24-2 second quarter run essentially ended the game early for the Kyrie-less visitors. From the Patriots' standpoint, I'm a bit shocked at the fact that the No.
The Celtics have played more games (29) than any other team in the league this season and despite some elite minutes management from Brad Stevens, this looked like a tired group on Monday night against the Bulls. With the team in the midst of brutal schedule week (five games in four different cities over seven nights), the Celtics announced Tuesday that Al Horford would be getting the night off on Wednesday night instead of suiting up for a matchup with the Denver Nuggets.
After 28 games, it’s slowly become clear that Jayson Tatum is the second best (healthy) scorer on the Celtics. It’s not official yet on paper, but it’s only a matter of time before it becomes a reality. Jaylen Brown is second on the team in points per game with 14.7, but Tatum is closing quickly with 14.1 ppg despite taking just 9.1 shot attempts a night. That places him sixth on the team, behind the likes of Marcus Smart, Marcus Morris and Brown.
In the midst of the C's busiest stretch of the season (five games in seven days) team says Al Horford will sit out out to rest Wednesday night vs. Nuggets. Kyrie Irving (quad) is probable. Marcus Morris remains out.
In the midst of the C's biggest stretch of the season (five games in seven days) team says Al Horford will sit out out to rest Wednesday night vs. Nuggets. Kyrie Irving (quad) is probable. Marcus Morris remains out.
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Selecting a term
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