Boston Celtics vs. Philadelphia 76ers: Live Analysis, Scores and Highlights
Avery Bradley scores a season-high 22 points to lead the Celtics to their third victory in a row, an important 109-101 road win in Philadelphia.
The Celtics hold on to win their third game in a row behind a season-high 22 points from Avery Bradley.
Doug and Doc are the guy who calls timeouts when you're kneeling the ball up 30 at the end of a game of Madden.— Liberty Ballers (@Philly76ersBlog) March 6, 2013
The 76ers call timeout with 38 seconds left.
33 of Boston's 41 field goals were assisted tonight. Interesting bit of grist for the "are they better without Rondo" mill. (They aren't)— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) March 6, 2013
Thaddeus Young has put up great numbers tonight.
The Sixers will need a huge surging comeback to get back into this one with 2:25 left.
Paul Pierce is a perfect 4-of-4 from 3-points and has Boston up 94-85 over Philly.— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) March 6, 2013
Royal Ivey hits a three to cut Boston's lead to 10 points.
Celtics use a 12-2 run to start the fourth. Not looking good for the Sixers, who trail, 91-76, with 7:56 to go.— Christopher A. Vito (@ChrisVito) March 6, 2013
KG hits the layup inside to put the Celtics up 14.
15 double-doubles on season now for Holiday, who has 14 points and 10 assists.— Bob Cooney (@BobCooney76) March 6, 2013
Jordan Crawford hits the triple from the corner.
Arnett Moultrie's streak continues. Hasn't missed a shot in four games dating back to 2/28. Is 12-of-12 since then.— Max Rappaport (@MaxRappaport) March 6, 2013
The Sixers go on an 8-0 run to end the quarter and trail by just five points headed into the final quarter.
Arnett Moultrie with a slam right before the end of the 3rd quarter.
Holiday now doing that thing where he shows the Celtics why he made the All-Star team.— Michael Pina (@MichaelVPina) March 6, 2013
Avery Bradley follows up the Jason Terry miss with an emphatic tip-in slam. He has a season-high 22 points tonight.
Moutrie's activity is really a welcomed sight. Gets to a lot of loose balls. He now has 8 off the bench and hasn't missed a shot.— Bob Cooney (@BobCooney76) March 6, 2013
Damien Wilkins follows the Thaddeus Young miss by slamming it home with two hands.
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