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Tristan Thompson scored five points (2-4 Fg, 1-2 Ft) six rebounds, one assist, and two steals in 22 minutes of play in the Celtics 141-126 Game 4 loss to the Nets on Sunday night in Boston.
You would think that Thompson was injured after seeing his stat-line for Sunday's Game 4 loss to the Nets but that's simply not the case. Hard to understand how he was so ineffective in all aspects of the Celtics loss but hopefully he'll have a better effort in Game five on Tuesday night.
Tristan Thompson scored 19 points (8-13 Fg, 3-4 Ft) 13 rebounds, and one assist across 30 minutes in the Celtics 125-119 Game 3 win over the Nets on Friday night in Boston.
Thompson was dominant down low for the Celtics in Game 3 and did all of his damage in 30 minutes which was highlighted by a huge put back dunk off a miss to send the TD Garden crowd into a frenzy. Game 4 will take place on Sunday night in Boston.
Tristan Thompson was not listed on the injury report ahead of the Celtics play-in game on Tuesday against Washington.
Thompson, Evan Fournier, Marcus Smart, Kemba Walker and Jayson Tatum all practiced Monday after missing Sunday's season finale. They should all be back on the court on Tuesday.
Tristan Thompson was ruled out for the Celtics final two regular season games on Saturday and Sunday.
Robert Williams, Marcus Smart and Kemba Walker were all also ruled out for these two games. Grant Williams could see more run in these next two games, along with potentially Luke Kornet and Tacko Fall.
Tristan Thompson was ruled out ahead of the Celtics game Saturday against Minnesota.
Robert Williams (foot) was also ruled out, so Grant Williams, Luke Kornet and potentially Tacko Fall could see more run in this game.