After a hard-fought, 101-89 win over the Brooklyn Nets, the Utah Jazz are back in action as they head to Boston to square off against the Celtics.
The Celtics are 20-14 on the season after a 117-114 win over the Miami Heat that saw guard Isaiah Thomas drop a career-high 52 points.
Thomas has been on fire of late, averaging 31.8 points on 50.9 percent shooting from the floor, while adding 6.0 assists in the Celtics’ last 10 games.
While he is clearly the offensive leader of the team, it is what small forward Jae Crowder will be able to do against Utah’s Gordon Hayward that will have a huge impact on this game.
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