The Washington Wizards fell to the Boston Celtics, 123-101, in game 5 of a Eastern Conference semifinals, Wednesday, May 10, 2017, during a TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.
The Celtics came onto a justice personification glorious invulnerability and fast-break offense. The home throng witnessed Boston shell Washington with a 16-0 run to start a game. The initial entertain finished with a Celtics leading 33-21.
Boston’s power and higher execution continued into a second quarter. They pushed serve forward of a Wizards to lead by, as most as, 22 points, 48-26, mid through. Guard Avery Bradley was on glow scoring 25 points for a Celtics in a initial half. It was his career high in a playoffs. The half finished with Boston leading, 67-51.
The third entertain was played, almost, uniformly between a dual teams. They traded buckets in a initial apportionment of a third, that served to keep a Celtics in a lead. The Wizards shot improved though could not cut into a Celtics advantage. The third finished with Boston heading 93-76.
The final verse saw a Celtics go on an 11-0 run in a initial 3 minutes. The diversion was not in doubt after that point. The Celtics defensive prevalence and fast-break points were too most for a Wizards to overcome. Boston finished with 33 assists compared to 21 assists for Washington, illustrating a Celtics glorious group basketball.
Boston was led by guard Avery Bradley, who finished with 29 points, adding to his career playoff high scoring. Superstar Isaiah Thomas contributed with 18 points and a game-high 9 assists. The Wizards John Wall led their scoring with 21 points.
The teams will accommodate for diversion 6 of a semifinals on Friday, May 12, during a Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. The Wizards will be confronting rejecting during home. So far, they are 5-0 on their home building in a playoffs.
Written By D.T. Osborn
Edited by Cathy Milne
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