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Russell Westbrook's next game is against the Celtics on Sunday. Boston hasn't allowed a triple-double since John Wall had one on Jan. 22, 2014 (225 games). That's the longest active streak in the league without allowing a triple-double, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

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Lowry video bombs DeRozan and gets all the credit (0:15)
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Raptors storm back to top Celtics 101-94 (1:14)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors 101, Celtics 94: Boston, still hunting for its first signature win of the season, fumbled away a 14-point first-half lead. It's unlikely you'll hear anyone talking about how much better the Celtics are without Isaiah Thomas after Boston's second-half offensive struggles.

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Powell throws down powerful fastbreak dunk (0:20)
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Rozier rejects DeRozan from behind (0:28)
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Horford developing new tricks in Boston

The Celtics' Al Horford has dealt with injuries in this young season, but he's shown a few new facets to his game that he didn't show while in Atlanta. Zach Lowe is impressed by the veteran big man improving his assists (5.3) and blocks (2.6) per game averages. Lowe’s 10 things

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Isaiah Thomas can't play as Celtics in NBA2K (0:35)
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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Isaiah Thomas explains why he can't play as himself and the Boston Celtics in NBA 2K17.

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Olynyk fakes and drives to the bucket (0:25)
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Brady to Mitchell becoming a sure thing

Malcolm Mitchell may end up with the most successful season any rookie WR has ever had with Tom Brady. Mitchell has caught 20 of his 28 targets for 242 yards and three TD in only seven games with Brady, already tied for the third-most receiving TD by any rookie WR from Brady. (ESPN Stats & Info)

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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas on groin injury: "I want to play but they keep telling me no. They keep wanting to be very patient with this because they don't want to re-injure it."

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas, who will miss his second straight game due to a groin injury, said he's hopeful to be back on the court for Wednesday's ESPN game vs. the San Antonio Spurs. Thomas said Celtics GM Danny Ainge wants Thomas to take it slow in recovery but Thomas wants to join team on upcoming trip that starts Sunday in Oklahoma City.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Isaiah Thomas sounds off when asked about those who wonder if the Celtics are better without him:

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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Isaiah Thomas is playing video games against the winner of a Shamrock Foundation raffle on the Jumbotron at TD Garden before tonight's game vs. the Raptors. Thomas chose the Mavericks and is dominating the kids' Clippers.

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Pats-Ravens: Another instant classic?

Under John Harbaugh, the Ravens have historically done well at Gillette Stadium. ESPN's FPI heavily favors New England, while our Ravens and Patriots reporters expect a close affair -- or even OT. Week 14 predictions (Insider)