Though typically a poor fourth quarter team, the Celtics used the final frame to put away the Clippers.
Kemba Walker is averaging 20 points per game in recent weeks and has won the Celtics games like the Clippers one last night when Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown struggles.
Boston got good performances from everyone who played to win their third straight game
Kemba Walker records his fourth straight game with 20 or more points.
The Timelord comes up big (again) against the Clippers.
Robert Williams III had arguably his best game for Boston as the C’s win over Kawhi-less Clippers at home.
This is a very good thing for the Celtics.
Who do you think has the better shot at winning?
The pair of longtime friends combined for 77 points and produced a thrilling finish in the Celtics’ win over the Wizards.
The Celtics host the Los Angeles Clippers with a chance to sweep the season series.
Brown is dealing with knee soreness, but still plans on representing the East as an All-Star reserve.
At .500, are the Celtics better than just an average team?
Jayson Tatum and Kemba Walker both made big plays to help Boston steal a victory
Jayson Tatum hit the game winner, but it wouldn’t have mattered had the Celtics not stopped Bradley Beal in the clutch.
This will be Brown’s third absence this season as he deals with tendonitis in his left knee.
The Celtics host the Washington Wizards for the 2nd game of a 4 game home stand.
The Celtics All-Star is considering participating in the Three-Point Contest or Skills Challenge.
Kemba Walker scored 32 points and Boston’s bench was terrific in snapping a losing streak
The Celtics held off a late Indiana surge and claimed the season series against the Pacers with a 118-112 win.
Tatum shared thoughts on his Ruffles Chip Deal, his hometown, family, All-Star and the season to date
Massachusetts announced it will lift the ban on fans at sporting events, allowing 12% capacity starting Mar. 22.
Make a move this year, Danny.
You can live with some deep shots, but not with consistently blowing rotations.