The Celtics guard checked into Game 5 of his team's playoff series against the Milwaukee Bucks in the first quarter and was welcomed warmly by the fans.
Horford had 24 points and 12 rebounds in Boston's 113-107 overtime win in Game 1, and Brown scored 30 in a 120-106 victory in Game 2.
numberFire's models project Smart to play 26.6 minutes and score 21.5 FanDuel points at a cost of $5,000 on Tuesday.
Ojeleye drew the primary responsibility of guarding Antetokounmpo and handled it well. The ball did not [go] in, they got the offensive rebound so we couldn't review the play. That resulted in Antetokounmpo having to play the entire second half to reach his reasonable amount of minutes in the game, which left Giannis exhausted by the time the late fourth quarter rolled around. They now have a 3-2 advantage and can close it out in Game 6.
If just a few of those shots had gone in, the Bucks would not have been in a position where the blown call impacted them as much.
A few possessions later, he was helping protect the rim, getting his hand in to deny an alley-oop dunk attempt by Antetokounmpo.
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"It's on me. I had open shots, but they wasn't my shots", Antetokounmpo said. But I think it's good for our group. They will await the victor of the No. 2 Boston Celtics and No. 7 Milwaukee Bucks series. Justin Anderson scored 25 points and grabbed six rebounds off the bench.
Celtics: Finished with 18 turnovers.
"It's win or go home, so I mean you can't leave nothing on the line". He'll definitely add an element for them, but it's something that we're aware of.
Then he got to work causing a ruckus.
Thon Maker was whistled for a foul for making contact with Rozier's head while chasing the rebound.
It was the continuation of some off-court chiding between the pair.
"I think it was bulls--, point blank", Bledsoe said before a Bucks media relations staffer ended his postgame session with reporters. First it was a knee injury that kept him out for 15 games earlier in the season, before a severe ankle sprain forced him off the court for 29 games, only allowing him to return for ten minutes in the regular season finale against Ben Simmons and the Philadelphia 76ers. When asked after Game 3 if there was any concern about defending the electric Rozier after a lack of game time before the playoffs, Dellavedova wasn't phased.