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Los suplentes de los Celtics logran la victoria 116-107 sobre los Wizards

Los suplentes de los Celtics lleganen 116-107 ganarMagosPor Tom Lane 9 de enero de 2021
Los Celtics desperdiciaron una ventaja de 28 puntos en este, pero aún así lograron salir.con la victoria 116-107 sobre los Washington Wizards. El equipo de Jay protagonizó como de costumbre, con Jayson Tatum anotando 32 puntos y JaylenBrown marcando un doble-doble que consta de 27 puntos y 13 tablas.

Con los centros Tristan Thompson, Rob Williams y Grant Williams fuera porsiete días debido al protocolo COVID, Daniel Theis tuvo una salida eficiente conuna línea de 10 puntos a través de 4 de 7 desde el campo y 1 de 1 desde el territorio de 3 puntos.

 Agregó seis rebotes, tres asistencias, un robo y un bloqueo.Los Celtics con pocas manos necesitaban que los suplentes pasaran, y lo hicieronese. El muy difamado Semi Ojeleye comenzó en el puesto de ala-pívot -registró 27 minutos - anotó ocho puntos - tomó cinco rebotes - yobtuvo honores más / menos con un equipo de +23. El verde necesitaráOjeleye para mantener esta producción en un futuro próximo.Tacko Fall estuvo en el juego durante 19 minutos y acumuló cuatro puntos, ochotableros (3 ofensivos) y tres tapones. 

Payton Pritchard entregó su habitualLínea variada de 11 puntos, dos rebotes, dos asistencias y dos robos. JavonteGreen tuvo un papel importante en la victoria con siete puntos, dos rebotes ydos robos. Boston ha acumulado cuatro victorias seguidas y ahora tiene una marca de 7-3, después de haber subidoal tercer lugar en el Este, detrás de Filadelfia e Indiana. El banquillo de los CelticsEl equipo jugó aproximadamente 75 minutos combinados anoche, lo que permitió al JayEquipo para mantener sus minutos a un nivel razonable. Se enfrentan al miamiCalor el domingo.


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