LIVE: Boston Celtics at Brooklyn Nets
FRI, NOV 29, 2019
12:00 PM ET
Boston Celtics at Brooklyn Nets
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
It’s a Atlantic Division matchup on the hardwood in the Big Apple. The Boston Celtics are out and about as they complete a home and home set with the Brooklyn Nets Friday evening. These groups met in Boston on Wednesday night with Boston gaining a 121- 110 triumph. The Celtics lead the record-breaking standard season arrangement 130- 67: the Wednesday matchup was the first of the four gatherings between the groups this season. Will Brooklyn figure out how to ricochet back at home or will the Celtics clear the two-game set here?
Boston Celtics Go for Sweep of Home and Home SetBoston earned their subsequent straight success after a two-game slip and showed their home record to 7-0 to beating the Nets Wednesday night. The Celtics enter this game tied with Toronto on the Atlantic Division: they hold a 1.5-game lead over third-place Philadelphia. Boston assumed responsibility for the game in the subsequent half: they drove by seven after one quarter and trailed by six at the half. In the subsequent a large portion of, the Celtics outscored the Nets 64- 47 to take care of the game. Boston shot 44.3 percent from the field, including 13 of 34 from three-point go, and controlled the glass by a 55- 38 edge. Kemba Walker, in his arrival in the wake of enduring a neck damage a week ago against Denver, poured in 39 focuses to lead the Celtics.
Kemba Walker sure made his quality felt Wednesday night, as he dropped a season-high 39 focuses during our 121- 110 prevail upon the Nets. pic.twitter.com/ECDQu7fyvD— Boston Celtics (@celtics) November 28, 2019
The Celtics participate in this challenge positioned 15th in the class in scoring offense with a normal of 110.8 focuses per game this season. Boston is 8th in bouncing back by pulling down 46.6 bounce back per challenge and stand 15th in helps with 24.1 dimes per game. On the season, Boston is 6th in the group in scoring guard by permitting 104.1 focuses per challenge. The Celtics are driven obnoxiously by Kemba Walker, who sets up 22.3 focuses, 4.7 bounce back and 4.6 helps per game on the year. Jayson Tatum sets up 20.2 focuses in addition to 7.1 sheets a night while Jaylen Brown (19.4 focuses, 7.4 bounce back), Gordon Hayward (18.9 focuses, 7.3 sheets) and Marcus Smart (12.4 focuses, 5.1 helps) are strong donors unpalatably. Boston is tied for 24th in the class in field objective rate by shooting 44.1 percent from the floor as a group on the year. The Celtics are tied for 14th in three-pointers per game as they channel 12 significantly increases every night while they rank tied for 21st by hitting 34.5 percent of their endeavors from past the bend. Hayward cracked his left hand November 9 against the Spurs: he stays out however can participate in shooting drills right now.
Brooklyn Nets Hope to Get Back in Win ColumnBrooklyn saw their four-game win streak reach a conclusion as they were knocked off in Boston Wednesday night. The Nets enter this game fourth in the Atlantic Division, 4.5 games behind the Celtics and Raptors for the top spot. Brooklyn revitalized from seven down after the opening quarter to lead by six at the a large portion of: the defining moment in the game arrived behind schedule in the second from last quarter and right off the bat in the fourth. The Nets drove 83- 82 with three minutes to play in the third yet was outscored 13- 3 throughout the following four and a half minutes to go down nine. Brooklyn couldn’t draw nearer than three after that: they scored only two in the last 2:48 to seal their destiny. The Nets shot 44.4 percent from the floor, including 21 of 46 from three-point run, and turned the ball over 15 times in the game: they hurt themselves by going nine of 19 at the line. Garrett Temple drove Brooklyn with 22 focuses in the loss.
OK Spence! 🙌 pic.twitter.com/Ioih2me6zr— Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) November 28, 2019
The Nets participate in this challenge 11th in the association by averaging 112.6 focuses per game on the year. Brooklyn is ninth in the alliance in bouncing back by pulling down 46.6 sheets a night while they are 21st by doling out 23.4 helps per game. The Nets are a bleak 21st in scoring protection as they permit 114.3 focuses per game this year. Kyrie Irving drives the group with 28.5 focuses, 5.4 bounce back and 7.2 helps a night on the season. Caris LeVert contributes (*******************************************************