Celtics dominate Raptors from start to finish in 111-89 Game 5 win
That's the way you bounce back. Brad Stevens leaned on the Celtics starters and they didn't disappoint as the Celtics flirted with a 30 point lead for a good portion of the game as the Raptors could never get within striking distance. The Celtics 27 point was the team's second largest in history.
Jaylen Brown in a bounce back game finished with 27 points while Kemba Walker added 21. The Celtics only had 6 players score throughout until Grant Williams hit a 3 right at the end. Brad Wanamaker pitched in with 15 off the bench.
Celtics look to close things out in Game 6 on Sunday.
Brad Stevens: “We were really active. We were just trying to play hard, as hard as we could. … We were playing with great purpose. You could feel that from the get-go."