NBA: Dennis Schroeder's upcoming concert is very little

Dennis Schroeder lost his excitement with the Cleveland Cavaliers with the Boston Celtics. In the 89:91 defeat, the German international was once again the top scorer, but he couldn’t stop the Cavs from making an angry comeback.

Cleveland Cavaliers (9-5) – Boston Celtics (6-7) 91:89 (BOXSCORE)

With 28 points (10/19 FJ, 2/4 three-sets, 6/6 feet), 4 rebounds and 3 assists, Schroeder was the Celtics’ top scorer, like the night before against Milwaukee. The 28-year-old got the ball back in the final attack by the guests, but his heavy jump over Cedi Osman’s outstretched arms for extension potential only slapped the ring.

Instead, the Cavaliers came back after he had just scored 9 points in the first quarter and was 56:74 behind by two minutes in the third. Outstanding running 35:15 in the last 14 minutes was rookie Evan Mobley (19, 8/13 FG, 9 rebounds, 3 blocks), who was all over the place and spent the most time in the center.

But as for the decisive points, it is Darius Garland, who brought Cleveland lucrative points off the free-throw line, as happened in Toronto a few days ago. The point guard made the foul on a hard-fought effort against Marcus Smart 10 seconds before the end and converted both cold free throws. With 22 points (7/15 FG) and 6 assists, Garland was also the hosts’ busiest point collector.

However, at first, nothing worked for the Cavs, who were able to score only three field goals in 20 attempts in the first twelve minutes. Only then did the Cavs catch up thanks to Garland, but Schroeder was equally hot and secured with a few jumpers and a 17-point total in the quarter that Boston went into the break by 52:38.

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