Tatum registered 15 points (6-9 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 2-3 FT), four rebounds, two assists and one block across 28 minutes Wednesday in Boston's win over Denver.
The rookie sensation bounced back from his lowest scoring performance of the season, scoring 15 points on an efficient night from the field. Tatum proved once again that his offensive skill set wouldn't be prone to extended scoring droughts. His ability and willingness to rebound and defend makes him valuable on those rare nights where his scoring falters. Tatum is running with the Celtics top unit and he looks like he belongs.
Tatum delivered only four points (1-7 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 2-4 FT), 10 rebounds, one assist and one block across 29 minutes during Monday's 108-85 blowout loss in Chicago.
This was a rare dud game for Tatum and, frankly, most of the Celtics as they were blown out during this last game of their three game road trip. The rookie Tatum had been delightfully consistent before Monday's disappointment. Tatum has had only four single-digit scoring games this season and is still shooting over 50 percent from the field through 29 games. Expect Tatum to bounce back at home Wednesday versus the injury-riddled Nuggets.
Tatum recorded 20 points (6-11 FG, 3-4 3Pt), nine rebounds, and three assists across 36 minutes in Friday's 105-102 loss to the Spurs.
Tatum was expected to see an increase in production if Marcus Morris was a scratch, but Morris returned to log 25 minutes of action so Tatum settled into his usual numbers. The 19-year old remains one of 2017's top rookies and has cemented a place in the Celtic's starting lineup. With much of the offensive attack flowing from Kyrie Irving, Tatum's scoring production can vary from game-to-game but he still has value due to his balanced stat lines.
Tatum provided 17 points (5-11 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 5-6 FT), 10 rebounds and one steal across 33 minutes in Wednesday's 97-90 home win over the Mavericks.
Wednesday night was Tatum's second double-double of his rookie season. With both Jaylen Brown (eye) and Marcus Morris (knee) missing the game, Boston needed yet another stellar performance from the Duke product to continue their four game winning streak. The reliable Tatum has now scored in double digits through 14 straight contests, shooting 51.5 percent and hitting 1.6 threes per game during the streak. Tatum and his Boston mates now hit the road for a Friday match-up in San Antonio, kicking-off a three game road trip.
Tatum furnished 15 points (6-11 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 1-3 FT), two rebounds, two assists and two steals from 28 minutes in Thursday's 108-97 win over the Sixers.
Billed as a showcase of young stars Ben Simmons, Jaylen Brown and the rookie Tatum, the game was actually dominated by vets Kyrie Irving and Al Horford. Tatum played a nice supporting role, draining catch-and-shoot jumpers and committing only one turnover. Tatum's 49% shooting from the field this year is particularly impressive for a rookie, a rookie who's also hitting 1.5 threes per game. His overall consistency is proving more reliable than fellow youngster Jaylen Brown. Boston will look to continue their winning ways at home Saturday versus Phoenix.
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