Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports
The 76ers fell to the Celtics 109-101 behind a season high 22 points from Avery Bradley. Arnett Moultrie played nearly 20 minutes off the bench.
The Celtics were led by Avery Bradley, who scored a season high 22 for the Celtics.
The Celtics scored 109 points on 83 field goal attempts. to go with an uncommon 12 offensive rebounds on only 41 misses.
Jrue Holiday (18 points, 10 assists) and Thaddeus Young (19 points, 10 rebounds) led the 76ers, although not exactly in an efficient manner. Holiday shot 6-17 from the field with 5 turnovers and Young needed 20 shots to get his 19 points.
Turner joined in on the fun with 18 points on 19 field goal attempts.
Arnett Moultrie provided a bright spot for 76ers fans. After coach Doug Collins talked about how he needed to find more time for the rookie, Moultrie played nearly 20 minutes and provided 10 points (5-5 from the field) and 4 rebounds.
The 76ers will travel to Atlanta for their game against the Hawks tomorrow.
Recap up later tonight.