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Bradley scores 29, Celtics power past Wizards
    2017-May-12  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

AVERY BRADLEY scored a playoff career-high 29 points, and the Boston Celtics beat the Washington Wizards 123-101 to take a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals.

After being thoroughly picked apart in losses at Washington in Games 3 and 4, Boston shared the ball in Game 5, and again resembled the team that entered the game having won seven straight and 11 of 13 in the Garden against Washington.

Al Horford added 19 points, seven assists, and six rebounds. Isaiah Thomas scored 18 points and handed out nine assists. “We’re a team. And it’s going to take a team effort to beat the Washington Wizards,” Bradley said.

Game 6 is Friday night in Washington, where the Wizards easily won their two games. If the Celtics win, they would move on to host the Cleveland Cavaliers to open the Eastern Conference finals. Game 7 would be in Boston on Monday.

Boston led by as many as 26 points, negating Washington’s physicality by spreading the floor and knocking down 16 3-pointers. John Wall had 21 for the Wizards, who haven’t won a playoff game in Boston since 1982.

The Wizards scored the first four points of game, but that was followed by 16-0 run by the Celtics.

“The great start kind of got us going on both ends of the floor,” Bradley said. “Tonight we saw if we’re able to start the right way, the game’s in our control.”

It marked the fourth time in the series that one team has had a run of at least 16-0, including three times in the first quarter.

(SD-Agencies)

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