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regard. And that gives you a chance to improve." As Ainge said, individually, plenty of Celtics did improve. Avery Bradley added a jump shot. Rajon Rondo and Jared Sullinger returned from major surgeries to nearly average double-doubles
Kelly Olynyk led the Celtics with 24 points while adding seven rebounds and five assists. Jeff Green (20 points), Avery Bradley (18), Brandon Bass (16) and Chris Johnson (10) also reached double digits. Sullinger, Rajon Rondo , Kris Humphries
rotation. Still, Bayless is shooting 44 percent from 3 after the break, including a handful of 20-point performances in Avery Bradley ’s absence, and Humphries has averaged 16.6 points and 10.3 boards per 36 minutes over that same stretch
Wednesday night (what a hero, huh?), soup to nuts -- saw Rajon Rondo play his best game in almost a year, saw Avery Bradley outplay Dwyane Wade , plus good stuff from Brandon Bass and (in spots) Jeff Green and Jared Sullinger. Celtics 101
The Celtics will answer few questions in the final 13 games, but Danny Ainge must solve one: Are Rajon Rondo and Avery Bradley the starting backcourt of the future? “I think that’s the key question,” admitted Celtics coach Brad Stevens
Sullinger is a double-double machine but would find space on his own to score and rebound without a star point guard. Avery Bradley remains the team's best on-ball defender, with or without Rondo. Chris Paul is surrounded by Blake Griffin and
certainly have been bright spots for the Celtics, none brighter than Wednesday night in Washington when - without Avery Bradley , Jerryd Bayless and Rondo - they somehow managed a 19-point lead over a Wizards team battling for a very rare playoff
than he had this year.” (Ainge is probably really hoping opposing general managers are reading this right now.) On Avery Bradley : “Avery had a good season. I’ve seen improvement in Avery this year, and the biggest issue with Avery has just
in defeat, with the center dropping in a career-high 28 points on 10-of-19 shooting. Jeff Green added 27, Avery Bradley scored 23 (though he shot just 9-of-22) and Rajon Rondo fell a bucket shy of a triple-double, scoring eight points
losing streak. Kelly Olynyk matched a career-high with 25 points and set a new career standard with 12 boards, while Avery Bradley likewise poured in 25 and Phil Pressey distributed 13 assists. For a complete recap of the game, click here . Of course
Meanwhile, Orland’s loss to the Wizards gave the Magic sole possession of the NBA’s third-worst record. Avery Bradley led the Celtics (24-55) with 22 points. Jared Sullinger scored 20 while Jeff Green , and Brandon Bass each added
Boston and Orlando. Rajon Rondo played 40 minutes in the Celtics’ loss, scoring 19 points to go with 12 assists. Avery Bradley led the C’s with 24 points. Doing in the Celtics against the Hawks — who are clinging to the last playoff spot in
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