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Authentic Chris Tierney Jersey The East’s top-ranked Boston Celtics rallied back to take a 3-2 series lead over the No. 8 Chicago Bulls, and the two teams face off in a potentially decisive Game 6 on Friday. The matchup tips off at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN and CSNE and is available for live stream on Watch ESPN.
The Bulls jumped out a 2-0 series lead, shocking the Celtics on their own home floor. Then Rajon Rondo went down with a fractured thumb and the series shifted. Boston has since won three straight games and has Chicago on the ropes in Game 6.
The Wizards rallied in the third quarter, reducing the Hawks’ once huge lead to just 13 points. But Atlanta fought back.
The Hawks went to Paul Millsap, who finished with 29 points on 12-of-20 shooting. Dennis Schroder’s speed and timely three-point shooting resulted in 27 points and nine assists, and rookie forward Taurean Prince had his best game of the series. He caught the Wizards off-guard for 16 points on 7-of-10 shooting, making both of his threes and bringing a junkyard dog defensive mentality reminiscent of ex-Hawks forward DeMarre Carroll.
Phoenix gets a perennial All-Star to slot in around Eric Bledsoe, Booker, and their young front court. Chicago gets to press the reset button and begin a new era with an elite point guard prospect. Objectively, this feels like it works for both sides. If Kevin Love can get traded for Andrew Wiggins, why can’t Jimmy Butler get traded for Markelle Fultz? Please tell me why I’m wrong in the comments.