G - BOS
Marcus Smart scored 14 points (5-17 Fg, 1-10 3Pt, 3-4 Ft) seven rebounds, four assists, and one block across 38 minutes in the Celtics 123-109 Game 5 loss to the Nets on Tuesday night in Brooklyn.
Smart was just not able to hit any three's on Tuesday night connecting on just 10% of his attempts. There were some bright spots for him in this series but not enough to be able to help him put the Celtics over the top against Brooklyn. For the series he averaged 17.8 ppg in five games.
Marcus Smart scored 16 points (4-12 Fg, 6-7 Ft, 2-9 3Pt) nine assists, six rebounds, and two steals across 33 minutes in the Celtics 141-126 Game 4 loss to the Nets on Sunday night in Brooklyn.
Smart didn't have the same success against Brooklyn in Game 4 that he had in Game 3 especially from three-point range where he shot just 22% in Sunday's game compared to the booming 62% in Friday's Game 3 win. The Celtics will look to fight off elimination when they take on the Nets in Game 5 on Tuesday night in Brooklyn.
Marcus Smart scored 23 points (8-11 Fg, 5-8 3Pt, 2-2 Ft) six assists, three rebounds, and one steal in 39 minutes of play in the Celtics 125-119 win over the Nets in Game 3 on Friday night in Boston
Smart was terrific on Friday night especially from three-point range where he connected on 62% of his shots. And every time you thought the Nets were getting back in the game it seemed as if Smart was there to hit a clutch three. Game 4 will take place on Sunday night in Boston.
Marcus Smart scored 19 points (6-13 Fg, 5-8 3Pt, 2-4 Ft) six assists, three rebounds, and two steals across 31 minutes in the Celtics 130-108 blowout loss to the Nets in Game 2 on Tuesday night in Brooklyn.
Smart played a solid game on Tuesday night as he also led the Celtics in three-pointer's with five. Unfortunately for him and the Celtics the Nets just have too much firepower. Game 3 will take place on Friday night in Boston.
Marcus Smart ended with 17 points (6-13 FG, 3-8 3PT, 2-4 FT), three rebounds and five assists in Saturday night's loss to Brooklyn.
Smart was a bright spot on Saturday night, and did his job of being the third scoring option for the Celtics. He should continue seeing plenty of attempts and minutes as a primary ball handler throughout this series.