BOSTON – Guardian of Boston Celtics, Kyrie Irving, said he was not worried when he won the 128-100 win Boston had forced Knicks over 128 New York over his right shoulder.
Kyrie Irving scored 22 points before breaking the game in the final minute, Al Horford scored 1
"It was just a weird game at the end of the game," Irving said. "I do not know, it's like catching up with me when I tried to get the ball out and hand Marcus over for a 3. It just struck me on my shoulder, so it's probably an AC joint or something like that Do not diagnose me, I'm pretty sure I saw the doctors after that and they said AC joint or something is going on, but I'm fine. "
Irving continued his hot shooting in the past several weeks , scored 22 points in 9-for-15 (and 3-for-6 from 3-point). Since November 1, Irving has averaged 24.8 points, scoring 50.5 percent from the field and 41.9 percent from 3.
Having lost to the vicious Knicks here two weeks ago, Irving said that he and the Celtics are not just certain revenge, but continue the momentum they have built over today's winning streak in four games.
"We just had fun kicking people in the ass," Irving said. "We should, should we really, and it should … be a contest in itself, it should make the most of you, and when you get the most out of your opponent, you're playing on a certain level of matching or they surpass it or they do not do anything at all and they just give up. "
Celtics Center Aron Baynes left the game after only two minutes because of a sprained left ankle and did not return After the game, Baynes left Arena, however, without a hobbit or any kind of boots, said he was fine – and that was exactly what Brad Bradens coach Celtics expected.
"In typical Baynes fashion He will do 3-on-3 drills tomorrow after full jumps and running a marathon, then get ready for the flight, then he plays on Saturday," Stevens said with a smile and a tongue planted firmly in the cheek. "But I do not know if the doctors agree, so we'll see."