Celtics Lose to Clippers Due to Historically Bad Shooting Night

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The Boston Celtics lost to the Los Angeles Clippers 91-82 in historic fashion Wednesday night, shooting 4-42 from three (9.5%).

When asked if the bad shooting was contagious, Celtics’ star Jaylen Brown said “[expletive], I guess so,” via NBC Sports Boston.


Brown had 30 points and eight rebounds on a dismal 13-36 shooting from the field and 1-13 shooting from three.

Al Horford, Payton Pritchard, Romeo Langford, Josh Richardson, and Brodric Thomas combined to shoot 0-23 from three.

“[expletive], when I looked up, I was like ‘god damn,’”Clippers’ forward Marcus Morris said after the game, via Clippers’ reporter Tower Azarly.


“A lot of them was open too. No knock to them, but [expletive], I would’ve never missed that many wide open. That’s all I can say.”

R0bert Williams III was the only player who played well for the Celtics; scoring 16 points to go along with 14 rebounds and two blocks in 28 minutes of play.

The Celtics have fallen to tenth in the Eastern Conference with a 16-19 record.

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