Another even team performance saw the Boston Celtics comprehensively beat the Toronto Raptors.

The Boston Celtics squashed the Toronto Raptors in the NBA on Friday, while the last two season finisher spots in the Eastern Conference were made sure about.

The Celtics were excessively useful for the Raptors 122-100 after another even group execution at the Walt Disney World Resort.

Jaylen Brown scored 20 focuses, with Boston seeing seven parts in twofold digits for focuses.

Jayson Tatum (18 focuses) and Kemba Walker (17) were among them as the Celtics improved to 46-23.

Toronto battled tragically, with Fred VanVleet going four-of-14 from the field for his 13 focuses.

The Brooklyn Nets and Orlando Magic secured season finisher spots in the Eastern Conference.

The Nets were excessively useful for the Sacramento Kings 119-106,

while Orlando lost to the Philadelphia 76ers, yet tied down their spot after the Washington Wizards’ misfortune to the New Orleans Pelicans.

Harris, Embiid lift 76ers as Holiday sparkles


Tobias Harris (23 focuses and 15 bounce back) and Joel Embiid (23 focuses and 13 bounce back) saw the 76ers to their 108-101 win over Orlando.

Jrue Holiday went 11-of-16 from the field for 28 focuses in the Pelicans’ 118-107 triumph against the Wizards.

The San Antonio Spurs beat the Utah Jazz 119-111 gratitude to 24 focuses from Derrick White.

Gilgeous-Alexander unpredictable

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander went three-of-13 from the field as the Oklahoma City Thunder were very much beaten by the Memphis Grizzlies 121-92.

Splendid Brown pass

Earthy colored conveyed an awesome go to Gordon Hayward in the Celtics’ success.

Friday’s outcomes

San Antonio Spurs 119-111 Utah Jazz

Memphis Grizzlies 121-92 Oklahoma City Thunder

Brooklyn Nets 119-106 Sacramento Kings

Philadelphia 76ers 108-101 Orlando Magic

New Orleans Pelicans 118-107 Washington Wizards

Boston Celtics 122-100 Toronto Raptors

Lakers face Pacers

The Los Angeles Lakers (51-17) will expect to skip once more from consecutive misfortunes when they face the Indiana Pacers (42-27) on Saturday.




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