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Jaylen Brown jokes about Grant Williams' record-setting Game 7 performance, says we should 'call him Grant Curry now'

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Boston Celtics forward Grant Williams was the critical X-factor for the Celtics in the club’s series-clinching Game 7 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday afternoon. His 18 3-point attempts are a record for an NBA Game 7, and his 7 made shots from deep ties a record set by a particular Golden State Warriors legend. As his teammate Jaylen Brown said, "call him Grant Curry now." Williams went a sizzling 7-of-18 from 3-point range, a huge lift for a Boston team that held the Bucks to just 12.1% from deep. The former Tennessee player led all Celtics scorers with 27 points, a career high and not the only record set. The Bucks dared Boston to shoot all series, especially the Celtics’ role players. Early in Game 7, Williams was getting clean looks from deep. It took a little bit, but he soon dialed in. Watch any NFL Game live online for free and in HD. We offer multiple streams for each NFL Streams live event available on our website.

Ben Simmons on the block already?

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Not even one week later, and before the end of the postseason, The Ringer already has proposed a Ben Simmons trade.

Brittney Griner: How can a US basketball star just vanish?

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She's arguably the greatest female basketball player of all time, and she's been detained in Moscow amid the war in Ukraine. Fans want to know why more people aren't paying attention. In one of the last public sightings of Brittney Griner, captured on CCTV, the American professional basketball player is seen walking through airport security trailing a small, black suitcase. Ms Griner, a star centre for the Phoenix Mercury, had landed at the Sheremetyevo airport, outside Moscow, there to play another season with a Russian league. Catch the best NFR live. Use the best live stream online methods. We have the tips that make it easy for you.

NBA Twitter Mocks Old Nets Takes After Celtics’ Sweep

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The Nets were eliminated from the playoffs in a first-round sweep Monday night, and NBA Twitter made sure to have big fun at their expense. A 116–112 Game 4 loss to the Celtics spelled the end of Brooklyn’s season and a postseason that fell far below preseason hopes and expectations. At the forefront of that disappointment—and the social media jokes—are Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, the star leaders of a club many thought could go as far as the NBA Finals. In fact, many of those hot takes, like almost everything on the internet, can be found with a little bit of research. How to watch the Rugby World Cup live online, France 2023 international men's rugby tournament.

Brooklyn was well on their way to a sweep after Joe Harris

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. It looked like Brooklyn was well on their way to a sweep after Joe Harris hit a three-pointer to put the Nets up 19-4 only 3:26 into the game. But a funny thing happened on the way to that 3-0 series lead. The Celtics fought back. Boy did they ever fight back. They scored. They defended. They grabbed rebounds. They slammed home offensive rebounds. And they had some fun doing it. And a crowd of only 5,000 sounded like it was a full TD Garden. Even if things don’t go Boston’s way the rest of the series, this undermanned bunch found their edge and scrapped to a win. Just the way Celtics fans like it. 2. There aren’t a lot of superlatives left to describe Jayson Tatum. He’s an incredible talent, who is still learning and figuring things out. That’s what makes what he’s doing so special. Tatum is still growing into the play he’s eventually going to be. 50 points in a playoff game is legendary stuff. Here’s some of how he got there. This crossover into his step-back over Kevin Durant was a sign of things to come:

Breaking News: Jaylen Brown out for season with torn wrist ligaments

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Jaylen Brown is apparently out for the season with torn ligaments in wrist . Just when you think this season could not get worse it does. Just horrible news ..Ugh

All Of Tatum's 53 points!

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Jayson Tatum scored 53 points. How did he do it?

CLNS Media remembers Tommy Heinsohn

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CLNS Media Remembers Tommy Heinsohn Montage: Celtics Legend Dies at 86

RIP Tommy Heinsohn, Celtics Legend

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This one hurts. Won't be the same without him. "WALTAHHHHH" was not the only thing we all loved. RIP