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WASHINGTON (19 - 18) at BOSTON (23 - 15)
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WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games19-18-2.319-1822-15105.353.747.2%49.4105.853.846.7%51.0
Road Games4-12-10.36-1011-5101.854.245.2%49.7107.555.746.8%53.4
Last 5 Games3-2+12-32-3103.254.848.9%47.4103.853.644.8%47.8
WASHINGTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)105.353.740-8647.2%8-2336.0%16-2177.8%491023229144
vs opponents surrendering104.352.439-8545.3%10-2735.7%17-2377.1%521023208135
Team Stats (Road Games)101.854.240-8845.2%7-2430.1%15-1978.4%50922228134
Stats Against (All Games)105.853.839-8446.7%10-2637.7%18-2474.6%511023208154
vs opponents averaging104.152.439-8545.2%9-2635.6%18-2376.7%521022208135
Stats Against (Road Games)107.555.740-8546.8%10-2638.1%18-2476.2%531024197145

BOSTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-15+2.120-1620-17106.850.045.2%48.9104.750.745.0%54.7
Home Games11-6-0.37-1010-6106.951.944.6%50.1104.551.844.9%53.8
Last 5 Games4-1+32-35-0113.053.847.0%45.8109.250.848.2%48.8
BOSTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)106.850.039-8645.2%12-3236.8%17-2280.9%49925218125
vs opponents surrendering104.152.639-8545.1%10-2735.7%17-2376.8%521022208135
Team Stats (Home Games)106.951.938-8544.6%13-3240.3%18-2281.5%501027208135
Stats Against (All Games)104.750.738-8545.0%9-2734.7%19-2576.7%551122207145
vs opponents averaging10452.538-8545.0%9-2635.7%18-2377.0%521022208135
Stats Against (Home Games)104.551.839-8644.9%9-2635.6%18-2378.1%541124208146
Average power rating of opponents played: WASHINGTON 95,  BOSTON 96.2
WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/2/2016@ SAN ANTONIO105-107L9W204O41-8150.6%491839-8048.7%4615
12/5/2016@ BROOKLYN118-113W-6.5L218.5O45-9348.4%43940-8149.4%5821
12/12/2016@ MIAMI101-112L-1L208.5O39-8446.4%411445-8851.1%5711
12/18/2016LA CLIPPERS117-110W5.5W213O43-8153.1%451543-8749.4%5315
12/19/2016@ INDIANA105-107L5W211.5O38-8843.2%571541-8747.1%4715
12/21/2016@ CHICAGO107-97W4W209.5U43-8252.4%491038-9540.0%5814
12/23/2016@ MILWAUKEE96-123L3L214.5O37-7946.8%361445-8056.2%4711
1/2/2017@ HOUSTON91-101L7.5L231U38-8743.7%521737-8643.0%5513
1/3/2017@ DALLAS105-113L1L202O41-9244.6%43937-7847.4%5312
1/8/2017@ MILWAUKEE107-101W0W211.5U41-8448.8%561937-8046.2%3516
1/11/2017@ BOSTON              
1/19/2017@ NEW YORK              
1/21/2017@ DETROIT              
1/23/2017@ CHARLOTTE              
1/27/2017@ ATLANTA              

BOSTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/3/2016@ PHILADELPHIA107-106W-9.5L207O38-7650.0%441035-7646.1%4615
12/5/2016@ HOUSTON106-107L5.5W217.5U42-9842.9%491134-7644.7%5416
12/7/2016@ ORLANDO117-87W-1W195O43-8451.2%571030-8137.0%4812
12/11/2016@ OKLAHOMA CITY96-99L3T207.5U40-9044.4%461341-8349.4%6212
12/14/2016@ SAN ANTONIO101-108L6L197O37-8444.0%441244-8055.0%4416
12/18/2016@ MIAMI105-95W-4.5W202.5U41-9045.6%491136-6952.2%4923
12/20/2016@ MEMPHIS112-109W-2W194.5O33-8140.7%511138-9440.4%6213
12/22/2016@ INDIANA109-102W-1W209O38-9241.3%511035-8242.7%5819
12/23/2016OKLAHOMA CITY112-117L-5.5L211.5O41-9344.1%531241-8051.2%5513
12/25/2016@ NEW YORK119-114W-2W212.5O45-9348.4%46641-8747.1%5617
12/29/2016@ CLEVELAND118-124L6T217O43-8550.6%351143-8351.8%5718
1/7/2017NEW ORLEANS117-108W-6W212O40-9343.0%541040-8547.1%5111
1/10/2017@ TORONTO106-114L5L218O40-8547.1%421441-8747.1%5717
1/13/2017@ ATLANTA              
1/18/2017NEW YORK              
1/24/2017@ WASHINGTON              
WASHINGTON: BACKCOURT: While the Wizards' collective performance last year was disappointing, John Wall's was not. He averaged career highs in points, assists, rebounds and steals. Washington's acquisition of PG Trey Burke to back up Wall was somewhat underwhelming, but maybe Burke will thrive with a change of scenery. SG Bradley Beal hasn't proven himself to be a $128-million player, but the Wiz are betting that he will soon. . . . FRONTCOURT: It's a two-man race for the starting small forward spot between Otto Porter and Kelly Oubre, Jr. New head coach Scott Brooks has to be hoping that the competition pushes them both to be better, no matter who's on the floor when the season tips off. With PF Markieff Morris stretching the floor, C Marcin Gortat needed some help down low. Newly-acquired PF Ian Mahinmi should solve that issue. . . . BOTTOM LINE: This is absolutely a roster that should be in the playoffs. We still haven't seen the full potential of a Wall-Beal duo. If Beal's healthy'admittedly a big 'if''we'll see it this year.
BOSTON: BACKCOURT: It's hard to believe PG Isaiah Thomas was once a bench player for this team, as he proved himself to be the lifeblood of the Celtics offense in making the All-Star team last year. In SG Avery Bradley and PG Marcus Smart, Boston has two of the best defending guards in the league. If Smart can learn to shoot as well as Bradley, his ceiling goes up considerably. Second-year PG Terry Rozier took strides over the summer and will see minutes this season. . . . FRONTCOURT: While Danny Ainge couldn't quite lure KD to Boston, C Al Horford is by no means a consolation prize. He fits perfectly in the offense and instantly becomes the team's best player. SF Jae Crowder is the perfect mentor for rookie SF Jaylen Brown, as both are gritty defenders with the ability to put the ball in the basket. People seem to have forgotten about PF Kelly Olynyk, who's become a better offensive player every season. . . . BOTTOM LINE: The Celtics added a four-time All-Star and an NBA-ready rookie to a team that won 48 games last season. Throughout his career, Brad Stevens has led his teams to overachieve. It will be interesting to see what that means for a Boston team that's now loaded with talent.
Wall, Thomas set to clash as Wizards visit Celtics

BOSTON -- It was just last week that Isaiah Thomas made it clear he should have been selected as the Eastern Conference player of the month for December.

Washington's John Wall, whose numbers - even a 52-point game - matched Boston's Little Big Man, was given the honor.

On Wednesday night, the talented guards go head-to-head as both the Wizards and Celtics play the latter half of a back-to-back at TD Garden.

Tuesday night, Wall recorded the last two of his 26 points with 5.9 seconds left as the Wizards rallied from 18 points down against a short-handed Bulls team. Washington won its 10th straight home game and rose above the .500 mark (19-18) for the first time since it was 6-5 on Nov. 24, 2015.

"Just to be playing the way were playing and the December we had was big for us," Wall said. "The way we started was terrible. If we didn't have a good enough December, we probably wouldn't be in this position to be a .500 team or better.

Up north, Thomas scored 27 points - his 22nd straight 20-point game - but the Celtics gave up 68 points in the second half, blew a 16-point third quarter lead and lost to the Toronto Raptors.

For the second straight night, the Celtics will have to deal with a talented opposing backcourt, but it looks like they'll be able to do it with Avery Bradley back in the lineup after he missed two games with a slight Achilles strain.

Nov. 9 at Washington, the Wizards spurted to a 26-point first quarter lead and Otto Porter's career night of 34 points and 14 rebounds led the Wizards to an easy win. The Celtics played without the injured Al Horford and Jae Crowder that night.

Boston's four-game winning streak was snapped Tuesday night, as it missed a chance to inch past the Raptors into second place (via tiebreaker) in the East. The Celtics also saw their impressive streak of four games in a row with at least 17 3-pointers come to a halt by going just 9-for-27 from behind the arc - falling to 23-15.

"We didn't make plays. We didn't make shots at the offensive end," Thomas said. "On top of that we didn't get stops."

In Washington, Wall also had 14 assists and six rebounds, while fellow guard Bradley Beal and Markieff Morris scored 19 points apiece.

"He is a winner," Wizards coach Scott Brooks said of Wall. "That is the bottom line. We have a team full of winners and that really helps. We are not always perfect, but I like the guys' mentality."

"I thought he made the right shooting that (winner). If they were going to jump out at him, the pass was the right play. It's not who makes the last shot, it's who makes the right play."

DeMar DeRozan scored 41 points and led the Toronto charge that caught and passed the Celtics.

"I probably saw more encouraging signs of progress than negative," Celtics coach Brad Stevens said.

As far as coming home to play so quickly, Boston's Al Horford said, "It's hard, but this is how the NBA work. ... We need to get back home, rest up and get ready."

Said Thomas: "This week is big for us. We've got to go one game at a time and take care of home. We've got Washington (Wednesday) and then we'll go into Atlanta (Friday, Horford's first time back) and try to get one. "

The Celtics are 5-3, winning five of their last six back ends of back-to-backs, while the Wizards are just 1-6.

Wall scored 19 points and was ejected from the first meeting between the teams when he was hit for a flagrant-2 for a hit on Marcus Smart.

Last Updated: 5/27/2018 12:52:52 PM EST

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