The Boston Celtics earned a 104-88 win over the Toronto Raptors at TD Garden on Wednesday night, on the strength of a balanced offensive attack and solid defense. Center Robert Williams made an impact at both ends of the court in the victory, scoring 16 points while leading the team with 13 rebounds and a plus-20 rating.
Williams had eight offensive rebounds, more than the Raptors’ entire team combined (6). He swung the game multiple times with defensive plays into transition offense.
One of his more impressive sequences came in the second quarter, when he contested a Pascal Siakam shot then raced to the other end for a slam dunk off the outlet pass from Jayson Tatum.