The Celtics at last missed the mark, 115-109, yet the experience was a positive one. Boston will hope to expand on it when it has the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday night.
Monday’s challenge warned a seven-game homestand for Boston, which played before fans at TD Garden without precedent for over a year. With 12% limit permitted under the territory of Massachusetts’ COVID-19 conventions, the structure had new life to it, most strikingly during a 13-0 disagreement the last five minutes that got the Celtics inside three.
“I could feel the energy in the structure from start to finish,” said Jayson Tatum, who got done with a game-high 34 focuses. “It was an entirely unexpected encounter contrasted with not having them, despite the fact that it’s restricted. That was something worth being thankful for to detract from this evening. The fans were unimaginable. It seemed like it was a full house this evening with their energy.” 토토사이트
That energy incorporated some booing too. The misfortune dropped the Celtics back underneath .500 and was their seventh loss in its last 11 games. Exchange procurement Evan Fournier (19.7 focuses per game with the Orlando Magic) played 33 minutes in his Celtics debut and got done without any focuses on 0-of-10 shooting.
“I have no uncertainty Evan Fournier will score a great deal of cans for the Celtics,” mentor Brad Stevens said postgame. “So especially a blip. Not stressed over it.”