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Avery Bradley was scorching hot, especially in the first half as he scored 25 of his 29 points in first 24 minutes of the game. Bradley once again set a new career-high in points in playoffs, being Celtics best scorer on Wednesday. He added six boards and three assists to his total, playing some great basketball on both ends of the floor.

Al Horford scored 19 points on 8/9 shooting (including 3/4 from the downtown) to go with six rebounds, seven assists and three blocks for the Celtics. Another huge game for Big Al who came up big in the third quarter, doing it all as the Wizards couldn't find any answer for him.


Isaiah Thomas finished the night with 18 points to go along with team-high nine dimes. Thomas didn't have to put the Celtics on his back this time as his teammates really stepped up so Boston easily won 123-101. Still, a solid game for I.T. who did his damage in the fourth quarter and was just one assist shy of a double-double.


Jae Crowder added 18 points on his own, finally making some shots and playing some nice, inspiring defense. Crowder still needs to shoot much better and hopefully he can end the series with Wizards on a high note.


Marcus Smart was just one point shy of a double-double, posting nine points, 11 rebounds and six assists (with no turnovers) on the night. Smart did a little bit of everything for the Celtics and even hit a copule of 3-pointers.


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Tomasz Kordylewski 5/11/2017 01:19:00 PM Edit
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