NEW YORK, New York — Kyrie Irving had 31 points, nine rebounds, eight assists and 2 steals, leading Boston over the New York Knicks 121-112 on Saturday for its second win since the All-Star break. Fifteen of Irving’s points came in the third quarter.
“Certainly we can build off of that but we’re not in it for two games, we’re in it for the last 23,” coach Brad Stevens said. “So we’ve just got to keep adding to it and building.”
Jaylen Brown had 24 points for the Celtics (42-19) joining five players from Boston to reach double -digits in scoring.
— Boston Celtics (@celtics) 25 februari 2018
Trey Burke led the Knicks with 26 points off the bench for the second straight game. Tim Hardaway Jr., finished with 17 points for New York.
Written by Andrew Mitchell for Woodlawn Post Sports
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