Thomas provided 29 points (8-18 FG, 4-9 3Pt, 9-9 FT), seven assists and three rebounds over 34 minutes in Thursday's 104-103 loss to the Bulls.
Thomas broke John Havlicek's franchise record of consecutive games with 20 or more points by accomplishing the feat for the 41st straight contest, but the accomplishment was bittersweet considering the heartbreaking nature of the loss. However, it did provide a fitting conclusion to Thomas' outstanding first half, and also marked the fourth straight contest in which he's drained four three-pointers. Both his long-range shooting and ability to get to the free-throw line at a robust rate (no fewer than seven visits to the charity stripe in the last 11 contests) are helping to insure that the sixth-year pro remains one of the most consistent offensive players in any format this season.
Thomas scored 33 points (9-19 FG, 4-7 3Pt, 11-13 FT) with four rebounds and three assists across 34 minutes in Wednesday's 116-106 win over the 76ers.
Thomas was held without an assist or rebound in the first half against the Sixers, but he was able to right the ship in the second half to complete a more well-rounded game. Boston has now won 11 of their past 12 games, and no Celtic has shone brighter than Thomas during that streak-- he's averaging a blistering 33.2 points per game over the last dozen games.
Thomas put up 29 points (9-19 FG, 4-10 3pt, 7-9 FT), eight assists and a rebound over 34 minutes in Monday's 111-98 win over the Mavericks.
29 points Saturday, 29 points Monday, at least 26 points in nine consecutive games -- the 28-year old has been so consistent, reading about his feats could almost be yawn-inducing. He also is achieving a great rhythm with Marcus Smart, who will share the backcourt duties until Avery Bradley (Achilles) returns. On Wednesday Thomas and the Celtics will meet the 76ers, a team that ranks ninth in defense versus point guards, but Thomas is a chalk play regardless of the matchup.
Thomas registered 29 points (9-16 FG, 4-7 3Pt, 7-9 FT), five assists and two rebounds over 35 minutes in Saturday's 112-104 win over the Jazz.
Thomas once again led the Celtics in shot attempts and scoring, draining multiple threes for the 10th straight game in the process. The 28-year-old was as effective as ever despite playing his third game in four nights Saturday, and has now scored at least 26 points in eight consecutive contests. That stretch includes five outings with better than 50 percent shooting, particulary impressive considering the volume of attempts that Thomas typically makes.
No surprise here, as Thomas now has a jaw-dropping 36.5 percent usage rate in Avery Bradley's current 12-game absence due to an Achilles injury. As customary, he was particularly effective in the fourth quarter, posting 15 of his game-high 34 points during the final period. The 28-year-old has put up over 20 shot attempts in three of his last five games and five of the last seven contests overall, while making double-digit visits to the charity stripe in five of the last six as well. While his three-point shooting has been spotty at best as of late, Thomas has posted a 47.8 percent or better success rate from the field in six of the last nine games. He's also averaging a superb 34.0 points over his first five February contests, eclipsing the 30-mark in three of those games.
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