The Celtics destroyed the Cavaliers 128-95, and Tristan Thompson racked up 13 points, 12 rebounds, four assists, zero steals and one block for a total of 30. Jayson Tatum went for 13 points, four rebounds, zero assists and one steal for a total of 18 – giving us a combined number of 47. Results for this part of the contest are below:

Win: David Anthopoulos (57)

Place: Afonso Mucho (60)

Show: Red Brooke (34)

Gordon Hayward scored 14 points, hit one 3-pointer, made one free throw and had a plus/minus of +16 – for a total of 32. Results for this portion of the contest are below:

Win: Yung Kwan (31)

Place: CelticsKY (39) and Forever_Green (27)

Show: Land Shark (25) and Afonso Mucho (39)

Ranking/Name/Points
1 David Anthopoulos 16
2 Red Brooks 10
2 land shark 10
3 Afonzo Mucho 9
4 Abacus Reveals 8
4 Dylan Dobson 8
5 Forever_green 7
5 Yung Kwan 7
6 DimitriusUK 6
6 CelticsKY 6
7 Michael Costa 5
7 Tiago Jesus 5
7 Nopelovic 5
8 Andre Moreira Lima 4
8 Andrew 4
8 Rondeezy 4
9 Daddiorick 3
9 Caio Marques 3
10 Ismael Hasan 2
10 Darthdoogh 2
11 Celtics Next Generation 1

The Celtics face the surging Minnesota Timberwolves tonight. They have won 7-of-9 games since Jimmy Butler’s departure and have won four in a row. For the past three games, Marcus Smart is averaging 56.5%% on field goals, and that is the number we are looking for – his field goal percentage for this one game only. Keep the number to three digits (Ex: 56.5%) and submit it prior to 6:00 PM ET this evening.

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Photo via Christopher Evans/Boston Herald

Tom Lane 12/01/2018 07:39:00 AM Edit

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