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Isaiah Thomas scored team-high 28 points and dished out eight assists as the Celtics beat the Clippers for seventh straight win. Isaiah finished his great week on a strong note and was selected Eastern Conference Player of the Week, leading the NBA in scoring (37.8 per game) this past seven days.

Al Horford noted a big double-double, posting 13 points and 16 rebounds for the Celtics. He filled the statsheet nicely as he also got six assists, two blocks and two steals. This matchup with DeAndre Jordan seemed like a nightmare but with Horford, Clippers center was actually a non-factor on Sunday.


Jaylen Brown remains a starter and he looks really promising in this role. Boston rookie got 11 points against the Clippers, showing some great moves around the basket. Brown is making the most out of his increased playing time lately with Avery Bradley still being sideline due to Achilles injury.


And last but not least, let's re-live Paul Pierce's last game in the TD Garden in this 12-minute highlights video, including the intro, tribute video, one last three and an interview with Mike and Tommy.


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Tomasz Kordylewski 2/06/2017 04:31:00 PM Edit
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