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Rookie Jayson Tatum helps Celtics regain control of series, but can he keep it up?

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Sometimes you forget what you are looking at in Jayson Tatum, a sinewy 6-foot-8, 205-pound forward with a scorer’s touch. You forget that he’s 20, a year removed from playing in the NCAA tournament, two years from high school, when he was a math-taking student with a pair of Air Jordans — or whatever the kids are wearing these days — and a dream. You forget, because Tatum makes it easy to.

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Celtics clamp down on Cavs, take 3-2 series edge

Rookie Jayson Tatum scored 24 points and grabbed seven rebounds as the Boston Celtics defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 96-83 on Wednesday night to take a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference finals. Jaylen Brown added 17 points, Al Horford had 15 points and 12 boards and both Marcus Morris and Marcus Smart scored 13 for Boston. The Celtics have earned all three of their wins this series at home, where they are 10-0 in the playoffs.

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Tatum delivers with 24 points for C’s in pivotal Game 5

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Here are the Stars, Studs and Duds from Boston's 96-83 Game 5 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Jayson Tatum: Once again Jayson Tatum delivered one of those "I can't believe he's a rookie!" performances for the Celtics. In addition to scoring a team-high 24 points, Tatum also had seven rebounds, four assists, four steals and two blocked shots – the only rookie in the last 55 postseasons to register that many rebounds, assists, steals and blocked shots in a playoff game.

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Behind Jayson Tatum and stellar defense, the Celtics take Game 5 from LeBron and the out-of-gas Cavs

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Jayson Tatum has come a loooooooong way since that follow-back request, man. The 20-year-old forward turned in the most impressive game of what’s been a tremendous first run through the NBA playoffs, scoring 24 points with seven rebounds, four assists, four steals and two blocks to lead the Boston Celtics to a 96-83 win over LeBron James’ Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 on Wednesday. All-Star center Al Horford added 15 points with 12 rebounds, muscling his way through the defense of Tristan Thompson and Kevin Love to get to the basket and delivering the dagger on a pick-and-pop 3-pointer from the top of the key that put Boston up by 17 with 3:53 to go, as the C’s remained perfect at home in the 2018 postseason, moving to 10-0 at TD Garden.

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