Field Goal %
- NY 38.6
- 40.8 BOS
Three Point %
- NY 28.6
- 16.7 BOS
- NY 12
- 12 BOS
- NY 54
- 52 BOS
- Boston, MA
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End of the 4th Quarter
NEXT LEVEL: Carmelo Anthony scored 20 of his 28 points in spot up and isolation plays Thursday. Anthony is the only NBA player in the top 10 in points per game for both play types.
NEXT LEVEL: The Celtics shot a season worst 7-of-32 (21.9 percent) for 17 points on shots at least 15 feet from the basket Thursday. When the Celtics have won this season, they have averaged more than 40 points per game from such distance.
NEXT LEVEL: Carmelo Anthony made eight field goals inside 15 feet against the Celtics Thursday, tied for his second most this season, after making only one field goal from such distance in their first matchup.
NEXT LEVEL: Paul Pierce's turnover with seven seconds left in the game highlighted the Celtics' second half woes over the course of their season-worst five-game losing streak. During this streak, the Celtics have been unable to finish out games, averaging only 86 points per 100 possessions in the second half while turning the ball over on almost 20 percent of their possessions.
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said on Sunday that Kawhi Leonard, who has an injured left ankle, likely will not play in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals.
Celtics All-Star point guard Isaiah Thomas will start to see specialists on Monday to figure out the next step for his injured hip. Surgery could be an option.
Stephen A. Smith believes the Cavaliers will come out with a 'seek and destroy' mindset against the Celtics in order to end the series as quickly as possible and rest for the NBA Finals.