Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Atlantic Division105.7 (1st)102.5 (3rd)
Eastern Conference1st9th
NBA5th13th
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Power Forwards
1. A. Horford
2. J. Jerebko
Centers
1. A. Johnson
2. T. Zeller
Small Forwards
1. J. Crowder
2. J. Young
Shooting Guards
1. A. Bradley
2. R. Hunter
Point Guards
1. I. Thomas
2. M. Smart
3. T. Rozier
 
Last Updated: 07/22/2016
 
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Last Five Games
4/28 vs. ATL
A. JohnsonSF
E. TurnerSG
I. ThomasPG
J. CrowderSF
J. JerebkoSF
 
4/26 vs. ATL
A. JohnsonSF
E. TurnerSG
I. ThomasPG
J. CrowderSF
J. JerebkoSF
 
4/24 vs. ATL
I. ThomasPG
J. CrowderSF
A. JohnsonSF
J. JerebkoSF
E. TurnerSG
 
4/22 vs. ATL
E. TurnerSG
J. JerebkoSF
J. CrowderSF
A. JohnsonSF
I. ThomasPG
 
4/19 vs. ATL
J. SullingerC
J. CrowderSF
I. ThomasPG
A. JohnsonSF
M. SmartPG

Most Frequent Lineup
 PPGRPGAPG
A. JohnsonSF7.36.41.7
J. CrowderSF14.25.11.8
A. BradleyPG15.22.92.1
I. ThomasPG22.23.06.2
J. SullingerC10.38.32.3
 
Notes
  • 46 different lineups used this season.
  • Most frequent lineup used in 25 games.

Other Frequent Lineups
5 Game(s)
A. JohnsonSF
J. CrowderSF
I. ThomasPG
M. SmartPG
J. SullingerC
3 Game(s)
J. SullingerC
J. CrowderSF
A. BradleyPG
I. ThomasPG
A. JohnsonSF
3 Game(s)
D. LeeC
J. CrowderSF
A. BradleyPG
M. SmartPG
T. ZellerC
3 Game(s)
A. JohnsonSF
J. CrowderSF
A. BradleyPG
I. ThomasPG
J. SullingerPF
2 Game(s)
I. ThomasPG
A. BradleyPG
J. SullingerC
A. JohnsonSF
J. CrowderSF

 
 
 

Amir Johnson, #90, 6-9, 240
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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7922.87.31.76.40.71.1
 
Al Horford, #15, 6-10, 245
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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8232.115.23.27.30.81.5
 
Isaiah Thomas, #4, 5-9, 185
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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8232.222.26.23.01.10.1
 
Jonas Jerebko, #8, 6-10, 231
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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7815.14.40.83.70.30.3
 
Avery Bradley, #0, 6-2, 180
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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7633.415.22.12.91.50.2
 
Jae Crowder, #99, 6-6, 235
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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7331.614.21.85.11.70.5
 
News
Crowder is no longer experiencing pain in his ankle, Chris Forsberg of ESPN.com reports.

Crowder struggled with a sprained ankle at the end of the 2015-16 regular season and into the playoffs, but was never forced to undergo offseason surgery. However, the pain lingered for nearly two months after the Celtics were eliminated from the playoffs, showing a true toughness from the 26-year-old forward for being able to play through it for so long. Now that the ankle is pain free, Crowder will look to return to form at the start of his fifth NBA campaign and he should be with the team for training camp without any restrictions.

Tyler Zeller, #44, 7-0, 253
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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6011.86.10.53.00.20.4
 
R.J. Hunter, #28, 6-5, 185
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
368.82.70.41.00.40.1
 
News
Hunter had a relatively quiet summer league, averaging 10.2 points on 37.5 percent shooting in five games.

Hunter played only sparingly for the Celtics as a rookie and he'll look to make a leap in Year 2, though the roster isn't exactly full of holes. The Georgia State product will compete with Marcus Smart, Jaylen Brown, James Young and starter Avery Bradley for minutes at the shooting guard spot. Hunter's deep shooting range is his primary asset, and he emerged from Vegas shooting better than 47 percent from deep, which is certainly an encouraging number.

Terry Rozier, #12, 6-2, 190
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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398.01.80.91.60.20.0
 
News
Rozier was among the top overall performers at the Las Vegas Summer League, averaging 20.0 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.5 steals in six games.

The Louisville product didn't make much of an impact for Boston as a rookie, but he'll look to step into a slightly larger role this season as the projected third point guard behind Isaiah Thomas and Marcus Smart. In Las Vegas, Rozier shot an impressive 54.2 percent from the floor and 45.2 percent from three, helping to quell concerns about his shaky jumpshot. Of course, a six-game summer league sample is far from definitive, but the Celtics still had to be encouraged by the 22-year-old's showing.

Marcus Smart, #36, 6-4, 220
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
6127.39.13.04.21.50.3
 
James Young, #13, 6-6, 215
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
296.91.00.30.90.20.0
 
News
Young averaged 7.5 points and 2.8 rebounds across six Las Vegas Summer League games.

While Young was playing in his third summer league, he was still the third-youngest player on the Celtics' roster. As such, the former blue-chip recruit remains an intriguing project, but he hasn't made tangible strides since entering the league in 2014, having played in just 60 NBA games. The 20-year-old's effort was reportedly questioned by an assistant coach in Las Vegas, which certainly doesn't bode well for his chance of cracking the rotation, let alone the roster, in 2016-17. Given the Celtics' considerable backcourt depth, Young's time to prove his long-term worth may be running short.