In the crunch, Jayson Tatum misses, and the Celtics lose to…..

In the crunch, Jayson Tatum misses, and the Celtics lose to…..

Jayson Tatum, Celtics Fall Short Against Nuggets…Again - CLNS MediaDenver Jayson Tatum had the ball in his hands with an opportunity to put the Boston Celtics up in the final seconds for the second time this week and twice this season against the Denver Nuggets.
Tatum fell short of the chance once again.

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With 45 seconds remaining and the Celtics trailing by two, Tatum missed a wide-open corner 3-pointer to cap off a terrible performance on what proved to be Boston’s last opportunity to grab the lead. Following the miss, Nikola Jokic completed a triple-double of 32 points, 12 rebounds, and 11 assists by dishing the ball to Aaron Gordon, who dunk to increase Denver’s lead to 115-109.

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Tatum remarked, “That corner three was a good shot.” “I believed it was entering. We had a few chances.”

Tatum was so passive the entire game that it was amazing Boston (48-14) had a chance to win. In addition to four rebounds and eight assists, he finished with fifteen points on five of thirteen shots. Tatum missed a wide-open three, made many passive drives to the hoop in the fourth quarter, and was overall not as involved as he usually is. He also committed a couple of critical turnovers in transition.

When asked about his performance, Tatum responded, “I think with our team’s dynamic, when other guys kind of got it going in a rhythm, in a flow… you got to space the floor.” “Respecting the space of others is something we always talk about. We’re trying to do that on that possession if it means being in the corner or passing them the ball. You must respect that.”

With an incredible 41 points, 14 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals in under 41 minutes, Jaylen Brown kept the Celtics in the game. However, they frequently lost games due to careless play, which allowed the Nuggets (43-20) to lead 16–6 in points off turnovers and shoot 11–38 (28.9%) from three-point range.


Stephen Curry of the Warriors hobbles off the court late due to an ankle injury

SAN FRANCISCO The Golden State Warriors lost 125-122 to the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night, and guard Stephen Curry had to leave the game due to an ankle twist late in the fourth quarter. He never showed back.
Following the game, Warriors coach Steve Kerr stated he needed to talk with the club trainers since he had no information on Curry’s injury. When he spotted Curry in the locker room, he said that he had his right foot submerged in ice.
Curry’s teammates anticipated that he would miss a few games.

Klay Thompson remarked, “I know we’re going to miss him if he does need time off.” “We simply need to work together as a team because we’ve been in this situation before when he’s taken time off. When he does return, whenever that may be, I know he’ll be prepared to leave. All we can do is hope he heals quickly.”
Curry has missed three games this season—two due to right knee discomfort and one for rest—despite not being in the Warriors’ locker room when reporters were permitted access.
Draymond Green reported that Curry was feeling upbeat following the match on Thursday.
With 3:51 left in the fourth quarter, Curry rolled his ankle while making a drive to the basket. Curry buried a lob between Chicago’s Alex Caruso and Derrick White.

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