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3 months ago

The most PPG ever recorded by a Celtic was done by Larry Bird when he averaged 29.9. This year Isaiah is averaging 28.0 so far. Do you think he could break Larry's record? ☘☘#celtics #greenrunsdeep

The most PPG ever recorded by a Celtic was done by Larry Bird when he averaged 29.9. This year Isaiah is averaging 28.0 so far. Do you think he could break Larry's record? ☘☘ #celtics #greenrunsdeep

38 Comments

yordie23

yordie23

Yes

3 months ago

dahvidgalvez

dahvidgalvez

He's right there so yeah

3 months ago

nate.fil

3 months ago

ezequiel_merced

ezequiel_merced

Your just saying that because Larry Is a legend and you think Thomas can't achieve the POSSIBLE 💯 @bostoncelticswag

3 months ago

kavinx17

kavinx17

Not this season

3 months ago

dpigza

dpigza

Yes

3 months ago

mattparsons96

3 months ago

whusupyall

whusupyall

Ummm...nahhh

3 months ago

moreno_163

moreno_163

It's possible

3 months ago

gabe.grau

3 months ago

golan13west

golan13west

Hell to the naw naw

3 months ago

brettlovick

brettlovick

Uh even if he does what does that mean? Let's not even attempt at comparing them! Jesu

3 months ago

mircodelsarto

mircodelsarto

NO...the legend is Larry

3 months ago

onewayplan_a

onewayplan_a

Maybe

3 months ago

bradley_bruder

3 months ago

benteixeira18

benteixeira18

If isaiah can go from last pick to MVP canadite, he can improve his average by 2 points

3 months ago

_katelife_

_katelife_

Probably not this season but maybe next year.

3 months ago

camlabree

3 months ago

coleschell__

coleschell__

yes. he's the only reason boston is in playoff contention. he's the teams leading scorer so of course. especially because the all star break hasn't even happened yet. there's less than 2 points in between then currently. there's honestly no way he won't break it

3 months ago

tylerkknox

3 months ago

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