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Topic - Brad Stevens
Jared Sullinger was at a loss to explain how his Boston Celtics could win while committing a season-high 28 turnovers.
Golden State didn't need another winning, last-second basket this time.
Rajon Rondo banked in a 3-pointer that broke a fourth-quarter tie. Or so it seemed.
After Jerryd Bayless' big night in a rare start, Celtics coach Brad Stevens hinted it might become more than a one-game tryout.
For two teams that only face each other twice a year, Sacramento and Boston sure played like longtime rivals.
In their first game with the Lakers and coach Mike D'Antoni, MarShon Brooks and Kent Bazemore made sure Los Angeles came out a winner in the latest matchup of the NBA's most storied rivalry.
The Phoenix Suns were worn out from an overtime victory in Denver the previous night. The Boston Celtics hadn't played since the All-Star break.
San Antonio came into Boston missing three key players. Fortunately for the Spurs, Tim Duncan wasn't among them.
Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens insisted that Jeff Green take open shots when he had them.
Putting together a five-game winning streak and getting 10 games above .500 were once common achievements for the Dallas Mavericks.
Nothing could stop Boston's Jared Sullinger on Friday night.
Rajon Rondo is starting to feel like his old self - and the Boston Celtics are starting to win again.
Rajon Rondo waited more than a year to celebrate playing in a victory.
Evan Turner wasn't waiting for his coach to call timeout. Once he got the ball, he knew he had to take the last shot.
Jeff Green put the Celtics on his shoulders and scored a season-high 39 points, while the Wizards wilted with a display of selfish basketball. Boston blew a 19-point first-half lead, but Gerald Wallace made a driving layup with 2.5 seconds remaining in overtime Wednesday night for the 113-111 victory that snapped a 10-game road losing streak.
"was obviously the difference in the game for us, from our standpoint. That, and they missed the 3s," Boston coach Brad Stevens said. "I'd like to say that it was this outstanding 3-point defense, but I think when you re-watch it, it's a lot of open 3s they missed."
"They're hitting their stride a little bit," Stevens said.