By: Evan Singleton
Jaylen Brown helped edge the Boston Celtics past the Golden State Warriors Thursday night. He scored a team-high 22 points. This was more than a "big" game for the second year player. This was an emotional game. It was a game he was not even sure he'd suit up for.
By: Jackson Kelley
You don’t have to be an astronomer to realize that the stars have aligned for the Boston Celtics. The future is clearly bright for this newly budding team. Anybody can see that. But Kyrie Irving is the only soothsayer who can tell fans just how long this success will last.
By: Jeremy Perrigo
Boston made the quick trip from Anaheim to Los Angeles Thursday on the second night of back-to-back games to face the Kings, who lead the Pacific Division with 24 points going into the night, boasting a record of 11-5-2. After dropping a disappointing 4-2 decision to the Ducks the night before, the Bruins were looking to rebound, learning that they would be without defenseman Torey Krug, while center David Krejci would rejoin the team after missing 11 games with an upper-body injury. The Kings, after starting the season off with a record of 9-2-1 in October, have seen less success in November, heading into their matchup with the B's 2-3-1 in their last six games.
By: Kenny Doyle
Down big against the Warriors and shooting less than 30%, it looked like it was finally time for the Celtics winning streak to come to an end. Coming back from a 17 point deficit against Golden State feels next to impossible, but the Celtics did it and they did it with defense. In the era of pace and space offenses, defense has become somewhat of a lost art in the NBA, but the Celtics have committed to being great on that end and it is winning them games night after night.
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By: Tyler Aragao
Two struggling teams met at the Honda Center as the Bruins began their four game road trip in Anaheim against the Ducks. The Bruins came in losers of three straight (0-2-1) meanwhile the Ducks had just one win in the month of November (1-5-0). John Gibson (5-6-1) started opposite Tuukka Rask (3-6-2). Gibson had never faced the Bruins in his career, while Rask came in 1-5-1 with an .867 save percentage lifetime versus the Ducks. Both teams come in beat up as the Bruins will be without Brad Marchand, Anders Bjork, and David Krejci to name a few. The Ducks are still without Ryan Getzlaf, Ryan Kesler and Cam Fowler to name a few notables.
By Andrew Nason
A solid week in the books, but the NFL continues to be unpredictable, and sometimes cruel. More players have been lost to season ending injuries, and more top teams have under performed. So, for the 11th time this season, here are my best educated guesses (yes, at this point, they are no longer predictions, they’re educated guesses).
Last Week’s Record: 10-4
Season Record: 93-53
By: Evan Singleton
The Boston Celtics and the Golden State Warriors have played each other 105 times. Formerly the San Francisco/Philadelphia Warriors played the Celtics 231 times on top of that. The overall record between the two franchises leans towards Boston at 201-135.
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