Boston’s starting unit was clicking as the Celtics get 4th straight win.
Hayward did have a shot hit the side of the backboard, but there were positives to take from his first game action in a month.
After an 0-for-25 stretch to start the season, Grant Williams finally made it rain.
The Celtics (and hopefully Gordon Hayward) host the Cleveland Cavaliers for the second of four meetings this season.
Even with Gordon Hayward back, the C’s still aren’t completely healthy.
Boston might be getting major reinforcements tonight.
This Tatum, the evolved Tatum, is doing almost everything right on the floor.
They’re just getting started.
Tatum and Brown combined for 47 points in the wire-to-wire win
We might have a new nickname for the Celtics’ dynamic duo.
Brown and Tatum combine for 47 points to continue their recent scoring surge and a barrage of Celtics blocks nullified Denver’s size advantage in a 32-19 3Q victory.
A Brown slam dunk and Tatum three give the Celtics a 21-point lead at the end of the third quarter.
The Celtics welcome the Denver Nuggets to the TD Garden for their second and final meeting this season.
It looks like it will only be a one-game absence for Smart, while Hayward seems to be ahead of schedule in his return.
Kelly Olynyk returns and sees a different Jaylen Brown from the young rookie he played with at the end of his Celtics tenure.
Danny Ainge is feeling optimistic about Gordon Hayward’s recovery from a broken left hand.
With opposing defenses focusing on Kemba Walker and Jayson Tatum, they haven’t had much of an answer for Jaylen Brown.
Jaylen Brown, Kemba Walker and Jayson Tatum scored 78 of Boston’s 112 points
Semi Ojeleye’s play allowed him to stay on the floor for an incredibly long stretch versus the Miami Heat.
There has been many promising signs in this rookie campaign for Grant Williams. There is one facet of his game that has not quite gotten there yet: his three-point shot.