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ClutchPoints Dec 9, 2019
Kemba Walker speaks out on Gordon Hayward’s potential return to Celtics vs. Cavs

Kemba Walker speaks out on Gordon Hayward’s potential return to Celtics vs. Cavs

Boston Celtics forward Gordon Hayward has missed several games through the early stages of this season due to a broken left hand. However, the former Butler Bulldog has recovered, and he’s expected to be available for Monday night’s matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Teammates, including Kemba Walker, are excited for the possibility of Hayward’s return […] The post Kemba Walker speaks out on Gordon Hayward’s potential return to Celtics vs. Cavs appeared first on ClutchPoints.
www.chron.com Dec 9, 2019

Walker scores 22, Celts beat Cavs 110-88 in Hayward's return

BOSTON (AP) — Kemba Walker led Boston’s balanced scoring with 22 points, Gordon Hayward had 14 points in his return from a broken hand and the Celtics remained unbeaten at home with a 110-88 victory over the sinking Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday night. Jaylen Brown had 20 points and seven rebounds, Jayson Tatum added 19 points with 11 boards, and Daniel Theis scored 10 for Boston, which improved to 10-0 at TD Garden. Jordan Clarkson led Cleveland with 19 points, and Tristan Thompson had 17 points with 11 rebounds. The Cavaliers have lost seven straight games and 13 of 14. Hayward returned...

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