In the middle of Isaiah Thomas’ latest fourth-quarter outburst, the TNT broadcast cut to a shot of the Boston Celtics bench celebrating one of his baskets. Rookie Jaylen Brown turned toward the sideline camera and pointed at his wrist — a now-familiar sequence that reminds everyone that the fourth quarter belongs to Thomas.
Just when it seems impossible that Thomas could maintain his recent level of late-game play, he responds with another monster effort. On Monday, Thomas scored 24 of his game-high 41 points in the fourth quarter as Boston escaped with a 113-109 triumph over the visiting Detroit Pistons at TD Garden.
Source: Chris Forsberg of ESPN
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