The Good – Not much went well for the Celtics as they were blown out. But at least the starters will be slightly more rested for tomorrow’s Denver game, as they were all pulled halfway through the 4th quarter.
The Bad – Rondo had a horrid game offensively. He only shot 2-9 for 4 points, while allowing his counterpart Isaiah Thomas (somehow not related to the Hall-of-Famer) to notch a double-double.
The Unacceptable - Former LSU standout Marcus Thornton scored 36 points for the Kings in what could only be described as a dominant performance. Not only that but he also had the nerve to let Pierce step on his foot, giving Pierce a mild ankle sprain.
Doc Rivers did not have a good day, as he had to watch his son’s college team, 2nd seeded Duke, get upset by Lehigh before the Celt’s game. Hopefully Austin River’s next game is for the Celtics (he’s supposed to declare for the draft), as on a day like this we could have used his offense.
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