NBA has eight match shots on Friday with great focus on the Eastern Conference when the action is in progress.…
NBA has eight match shots on Friday with great focus on the Eastern Conference when the action is in progress. Boston Celtics avenged an early season loss to the Toronto Raptors in a battle between two of elite teams in the conference.
In addition, Jimmy Butler got his first victory as a member of Sixers against one of the most exciting teams of the Western Conference in Utah Jazz.
Here’s all you need to know from Friday’s action.
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Kyrie Irving would not let the Celtics lose on Friday. He put up 43 points and 11 assists, outdueling Kawhi Leonard in Boston overtime win. Leonard did not beat and scored 31 points and reduced 15 recoveries in the loss.
As Boston saw defeating Toronto for the first time this season, Al Horford turned Serge Ibaka and Terry Rozier finished it at the other end for a set-up.
Anthony Davis does not care if Enes Edge is 6 ft 11. He made him feel like a little man on this alley.
And in what continues to be one of the most bizarre stories in the last memory, former number one-ever Markelle Fultz still has problems with his free throwing mechanics.
Celtics seems to regret its loss compared to the Raptors earlier this year and Kyrie Irving got them a quick start as you can look at this steal and finish below.
Even though Jimmy Butler’s debut in Philadelphia 76ers ended with loss in Orlando, he started with his first basket at Wells Fargo Center as a member of Sixers.