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    Getty Tristan Thompson #13 of the Boston Celtics celebrates with Jayson Tatum #0 of the Boston Celtics after the Celtics defeated the San Antonio Spurs. All hope appeared lost for the Boston Celtics on Friday night. The team entered halftime down 29 points. The deficit would quickly grow to 32 points. Yet, even in what looked destined to be a complete blunder on the Celtics’ end, you could tell Jayson Tatum was in his bag. The two-time All-Star recorded 24 points in the first 24 minutes of play — exactly half of the team’s total output. He didn’t slow down from there. Tatum would go on to drop a career-high in points, tying Larry Bird’s franchise record of 60, as he guided the Cs to the third-largest comeback victory the NBA has seen in 35 years. Following the game, Tatum was spotted sharing pleasantries with his son Deuce when teammate Tristan Thompson came over to the duo to send Deuce a message: "Your daddy is a baaaaad man!" Tristan Thompson to Jayson Tatum's son after JT dropped 60...
    BOSTON — The only regret Jayson Tatum had about his first career 50-point game was that his 2-year-old son wasn’t there to see it. But the All-Star has a solution for that. “It just means I’ll have to do it again someday,” Tatum said. “He’ll be there next time.” Tatum scored a career-high 53 points — including 18 in the fourth quarter and overtime — and the Boston Celtics held on to beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 145-136 on Friday night. It was the first 50-point game for the 23-year-old, who eclipsed his previous high of 41. Jaylen Brown had 26 points. Marcus Smart added 24 points, eight assists and six rebounds to help Boston post its fourth win in five games. “Scoring 50 is a big thing in this league and especially at this age,” Tatum said. “It’s a night I will always remember. First 50-point game and we got the win on top of that. … Every win right now is big. So we’ll take it.” Boston erased what was a 17-point deficit in the third quarter and led...
    The Boston Celtics will appear in the ECF for the third time in the last four years. This year is special for the team as they overcame the reigning champion Toronto Raptors in the ECSF. The series extended to seven games, but Jayson Tatum carried the team on his back and led the team like a veteran. Tatum earned his reward for his second-round heroics as he is reunited with his son, Deuce, in almost two months. Following the five-month hiatus, the league’s biggest concern was ensuring the safety of players and staff. And it’s safe to say they took care of that department pretty well. Initially, players weren’t allowed to bring any family members to the Orlando Bubble. However, as the Playoffs progressed, the league allowed them to bring in their close relatives or family members. Jayson Tatum and his son, Deuce, are reunited ???? (via @celtics) pic.twitter.com/ftC1ceURZc — NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) September 15, 2020 The meeting was heartwarming for the Celtics star, as he finally met his two-year-old son. But the major focus for Tatum right now...
    Getty Jayson Tatum of the Celtics. It has been a long time since one of the best-known Celtics fans has been around the team. That would be Deuce Tatum, the young son of Celtics star Jayson Tatum who, in normal times, is a fixture at NBA games at TD Garden in Boston. Though it was a rough ending to Game 1 against Miami for Tatum, with his game-tying dunk attempt being blocked at the rim by Bam Adebayo with 2.5 seconds remaining in overtime, there was some consolation on hand for Tatum. Deuce completed his quarantine period and was, for the first time in two months, allowed to hang out with his dad back at the hotel on the Disney World campus of the NBA bubble. Let’s look at the unpleasant part of Tatum’s evening first, the incredible effort from Adebayo: Bam Adebayo is right-handed. This is his left hand, folks. pic.twitter.com/RXpfG4VL1R — Kirk Goldsberry (@kirkgoldsberry) September 16, 2020 And now quickly pivot to something a bit more positive from a Celtics’ perspective—the meeting of Deuce and...
    Two-year-old Deuce just met his dad Jayson Tatum after a several month gap. The father and son duo are adorable, and the little man is firing up his dad with his presence in Game 1 between the Celtics and the Heat! Tatum and Deuce shared a heartwarming moment when the 22-year-old received his son with wide arms and a warm hug a few hours before the game. Unlike other teams, the Celtics waited till the conference finals to invite their families inside the bubble, and the long wait has been a painful one for the team.  Welcome to Campus, Deuce! ☘️ pic.twitter.com/hjezf5ISE0 — NBA on Campus (@nbaoncampus) September 15, 2020 But now, the Celtics came into Game 1 with their families in attendance. Most importantly, Jayson Tatum had Deuce to cheer him on during the ballgame. And Deuce, a handsome young man, was shown on the camera during a moment in the early minutes of the game.  Deuce coaching from the sidelines pic.twitter.com/9nFO5o3dWi — Celtics on NBC Sports Boston (@NBCSCeltics) September 15, 2020 He was rooting for his dad from...
    BOSTON (CBS) — The reunion Jayson Tatum has been waiting months for finally came on Tuesday. The Celtics star was finally reunited with his 2-year-old son, Deuce, in Orlando. The reunion came Tuesday afternoon, just a few hours before Tatum and the Boston Celtics opened their Eastern Conference Finals clash with the Miami Heat. It has been over two months since the two last saw each other in person, with Tatum departing for the NBA bubble in Florida back in July. The Celtics shared the special moment on Twitter, and it was just as special as you could imagine.  Tatum immediately picked his son up and asked for a hug, and Deuce obliged. Bubble reunions are the best ✌????☘️ cc @jaytatum0 pic.twitter.com/2q2cr4KNTS — Boston Celtics (@celtics) September 15, 2020 The young — or rather, younger — Tatum is expected to be a fixture at Celtics games going forward. He had become a celebrity in the TD Garden, and ha been watching his father and the Celtics from afar during the team’s playoff run. On Monday, Tatum said having...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Tuesday is going to be a special day for Celtics star Jayson Tatum, and the start of the Eastern Conference Finals is only half of it. Before the Celtics begin their series against the Miami Heat, Tatum will be reunited with his young son, Deuce. The two have been apart since Tatum and the Celtics reported down to the NBA bubble in Orlando back in July. It has been a long two months for Tatum and his 2-year-old, but Deuce arrived in the bubble over the weekend after the Celtics advanced to the Conference Finals. Jayson Tatum confirms on Snapchat that Deuce is coming to the bubble: pic.twitter.com/B3tJTIgV0X — Chris Grenham (@chrisgrenham) September 12, 2020 Deuce will finish his quarantine on Tuesday and finally get to see his dad again. The toddler doesn’t really understand what is going on, but he knows a reunion with his father is only a day away. “It’s still tough for him to understand what’s going on. He knows somehow, someway he’s going to see me tomorrow so he’s excited about...
    Jayson Tatum’s son shouting out his dad is absolutely adorable. NBA players have had to go weeks without seeing their families, which can be especially hard on the league’s fathers who have young children. Now that the second round of the playoffs has begun, players have finally moved closer to being reunited with their families, but even with that date fast approaching, Jayson Tatum’s son identifying his daddy on a TV screen will still bring a tear to your eye. In a video posted on Instagram by the Boston Celtics star, Tatum’s son Deuce is shown pointing at the screen at Tatum — who was warming up for Game 1 of his second-round playoff series against the Toronto Raptors — and calling out, “Daddy! Daddy!” over and over again. Is it getting dusty in here for anyone else? Jayson Tatum loves his biggest fan ❤️ (via @jaytatum0) pic.twitter.com/cIYWecOr43 — ESPN (@espn) August 30, 2020 Jayson Tatum’s son Deuce remains adorableMonday, Aug. 31 is the earliest NBA players can be reunited with their family members entering the bubble (provided they have...
    Boston Celtics are one of the teams with a lot to play for in the Orlando bubble. The team was going to be dangerous in the Eastern Conference, but not many understood how dangerous. The Celtics’ depth with guards and wing players have enabled them to sit with the third seed in the East right now. While most of the love is being given to the Milwaukee Bucks, the Celtics have a real chance of giving them a run for their money. Superstar forward Jayson Tatum realizes the amount that is at stake for his team. Despite the dangers of leaving despite a young son at home, Tatum is in Orlando. He is the de facto on-court leader for the team if Kemba Walker is having a slow game. With Walker dealing with nagging injuries, Tatum came into his own and developed into an all-star player. Even if he is away from home, he wants his son to feel his presence. Tatum video calls his son every night just to read him bedtime stories. Yes, Tatum brought a whole bunch...
    Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum recalled growing up with his father on Sunday. Tatum, who grew up in Missouri, recalled his father being hard on him as he coached him in basketball in an interview with KSDK-TV. WARRIORS' STEVE KERR CRITICIZES TRUMP'S RAMP STORY DURING RALLY: 'WE DESERVE BETTER' “He was like the meanest person ever when I was growing up,” he said of his father Justin. “If I messed up, he was harder on me than he was the other kids. I used to cry every day, I used to basically almost quit basketball every day because of him. Tatum said that it was those tough lessons helped him get to where he is today. “He saw the potential in me before I saw it in myself, so having him be that tough on me in basketball really, you know, made me tougher on and off the court,” he wrote. FORMER NBA PLAYER, UNLV STAR SAYS UNIVERSITY DID 'RIGHT THING' TAKING DOWN CONTROVERSIAL STATUE: 'I'M PROUD' Justin Tatum added that he knew that if his son could get through the...
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