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Jaylen Brown celebrated his 21st birthday by scoring 18 of his game-high 23 points in the first half while Jayson Tatum added 22 as the Celtics pulled away in the first half and blew out the Knicks, 110-89, Tuesday night at TD Garden. Jayson Tatum, still only 19, set the tone early in the first with a put-back slam of an Aron Baynes missed bank shot that electrified the TD Garden crowd. and also you can get nba 2k18 mt from our site. In the second quarter, Tatum blocked a Courtney Lee shot on one end and raced down the other end and took a perfect alley oop pass from Terry Rozier that was met by a thunderous roar from a Celtics crowd that is quickly learning to love watching Tatum play. With Gordon Hayward likely out for the season recovering from left ankle surgery, the Celtics can only hope that Tuesday night is a sign of the accelerated growth both young, promising stars will experience with expanded opportunity and responsibility.

 

The Celtics led 13-12 before Brown’s three-pointer ignited the Celtics on a 17-5 run to end the first quarter. and also you can get nba 2k18 xbox one mt from our site. The Celtics took that momentum into the second quarter, thanks to the red-hot play of fellow third pick sensation Jayson Tatum. The only bit of bad news from the night came in the third quarter as Baynes made his way back slowly to the Celtics locker room, wincing in some noticeable pain. Baynes suffered a hyperextended knee in the preseason and has been nursing it back to full strength.


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