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The Celtics scored 123 points in their win over Cleveland. Rajon Rondo Indonesia came the closest with 120. Afonso Moucho placed with 119, and both Yung Kwan and Nopelovic came in third with 118.

Yung Kwan rightly picked Jaylen Brown as the second-highest scorer (23 points), but Andre Moreira Lima picked the exact 23-point-figure. Results are below:



1 Tiago Jesus 42
2 David Anthopoulos 41
3 CelticsKY 31
3 Yung Kwan 31
4 Forever_green 30
4 Afonzo Moucho 30
5 Dylan Dobson 27
5 DimitriusUK 27
5 Nopelovic 27
6 Red Brooks 24
7 land shark 23
7 Rondeezy 23
7 Rajon Rondo Indonesia 23
8 Chief_00 21
9 Andrew 20
10 Abacus Reveals 18
13 Andre Moreira Lima 12
14 Kreyons 11
15 kostassyn 10
16 Darthdoogh 9
17 Ismael Hasan 6
18 Michael Costa 5
19 Daddiorick 3
19 Caio Marques 3
20 Zaj 2
21 CelticsNextGeneration 1


The Boston Celtics battle the Golden State Warriors on Saturday, and we will be looking at the point guard duel between Kyrie Irving and Steph Curry. We're going with Fantasy-type numbers in each. Add total points, 3-pointers made, rebounds, assists, steals and blocks - and then subtract turnovers for each player. So that is part 1 and part 2 (each player separately). Ex: Steph - 20 points, 5 threes, 5 rebounds, 10 assists, 1 block, 1 steal, 5 turnovers equals 37. Do the same for Kyrie. Should be quite a game.

Note: While writing this, I had to constantly go outside as an immense front-end loader attempted to move snow drifts and solid ice from a brook overflow from my wilderness lot. If a mistake or two was not made, I will be surprised.

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Photo via Brian Babineau/NBAE via Getty Images

Tom Lane 1/25/2019 07:07:00 AM Edit
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