Jayson Tatum joins Kevin McHale with his 5th 30-point game in the postseason

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The Boston Celtics remained alive in the Eastern Conference Finals series with Jayson Tatum being the best player on the floor for Brad Stevens’ team.

The young Celtics’ forward recorded his fifth 30-point game in the 2020 NBA postseason. That’s the most for a Celtics player since Kevin McHale, who had five such games in 1987-88.

Tatum is having the best postseason of his career averaging 25.8 points, 10.2 rebounds and 4.6 assists per contest. He had 31, along with ten rebounds and six assists, in Game 5 win against the Miami Heat on Friday.

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