The Boston Celtics kept their home game win streak alive on Friday night, defeating the New York Knicks 105-104. Thanks to a game-winner from Avery Bradley and a late push from the C's to outscore the Knicks 24-17 in the 4th quarter, the consecutive victories at the TD Garden has now amounted to 13.
Isaiah Thomas was Boston's leading scorer (I feel like I say that pretty much every game) with 32 points and 8 assists. Evan Turner had a monstrous game off the bench with 21 points, and Jae Crowder chipped in another 20. Tyler Zeller also scored in double figures with 12, and on Jared Sullinger's 24th birthday, he grabbed 11 rebounds to go along with 9 points.
Some other fun game stats: Boston outscored the Knicks 60-32 in the paint and 30-4 on fast break points.
Game highlights in the video above, box score below.
|Boston Celtics (38-25)|
|J. Mickey||DNP - Coach's Decision|
|T. Rozier||DNP - Coach's Decision|
|J. Young||DNP - Coach's Decision|
|45.6%||20.0%||76.0%||team rebs: 10||total to: 9|