Donovan Mitchell has been pretty busy torching the Oklahoma City Thunder this postseason, but the Utah Jazz rookie had on off day Tuesday so he picked a new victim. 167 more words
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BOSTON — It took Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart about 10 seconds to inject his tenacious defense into Tuesday night’s Game 5.
As soon as Smart entered off the bench in the first quarter — his first game action since March 11 because of thumb surgery — he dove on the floor for a loose ball to gain possession, which led to a basket for the C’s. 559 more words
BOSTON — Brad Stevens keeps it short and sweet.
The Boston Celtics head coach has a knack for communicating with his players, whether it’s getting more out of them in clutch situations or helping them keep their heads in the game when the moment might get the better of them. 179 more words
BOSTON — Al Horford’s best performance of the 2018 NBA playoffs came when the Boston Celtics needed it most.
The Celtics center played great at both ends of the floor in Tuesday night’s Game 5, scoring 22 points and grabbing 14 rebounds to help Boston take a 3-2 lead in their first-round series… 624 more words
The Boston Celtics took a commanding 3-2 series lead over the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday evening, outlasting the visitors behind a big night from Al Horford and the energy provided by the return of Marcus Smart. 402 more words