Isaiah Thomas noted his first 20/10 double-double this season as he got 23 points and 10 assists along with 3 steals in Wednesday's win over Chicago Bulls. He also came up big in the crunchtime, hitting a tough, switching-hands layup that gave Boston a 3-point lead with 1:23 to go. Thomas fell short just one point to became only the third Celtics player (others were Larry Bird and Paul Pierce) in last 50 years to get 24-plus points in first four games of the season.
Amir Johnson was huge for the Celtics as well, especially in the third quarter when he hit all four shots from behind the arc. Overall, he got 23 points, six rebounds, three assists, three steals and two blocks. It was his first 4-plus threes game in the career as he hit only four 3-pointers in... first seven years of playing in the NBA. Watch the highlights with CSNNE commentary below!
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Tomasz Kordylewski 11/03/2016 04:34:00 PM Tweet Edit