NBA world reacted in shock to Al Horford's performances

On Monday night, Al Horford found the fountain of youth and led Boston to a crucial Game 4 win over the Milwaukee Bucks, his team’s back against the wall.

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The 35 years old man played 42 minutes with Robert William, and he made the calculations. Horford got the win with 116-108. With the help of this victory, he went 11-of-14 with 30 points, eight rebounds, and three assists.

NBA world reacted in shock to Al Horford's performances

ESPN Stats & Info noted that the 15-year veteran set a personal high for points achieved in a postseason event. His sister Anna Horford recognized the immediate moment where she understood her brother was irritated and ready to take over the second half. Twitter celebrated Horford’s extraordinary achievement, which benefited even the second-round series at 2-2.

Four years removed from his last All-star appearance, Horford registered his poorest scoring tally since the 2007-08 rookie season. After last Monday’s night clinic, Horford is averaging 18.8 points and 11.3 rebounds per game this series.

If clerics tried, he could use another big showing from the big man Wednesday night to take a 3-2 lead over the defending champs in Game 5.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Yeah. He should have got ejected for an intentional elbow with intent to injure a player and even after should have fouled out twice and got carried by the refs. Pretty simple explanation. Without the refs paving the way he would have had another mediocre game and been nobody like he has his whole career.

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