Boston Celtics: The Top 5 Plays from Saturday's Celtics-Spurs Game

WRITTEN BY Raju Kumar Yadav

The analysis of the top five plays from Saturday's Celtics-Spurs game include Jayson Tatum calling the game, Malaki Branham's welcome to the NBA moment,

an outstanding ATO, and beautiful ball movement leading to an open three-pointer for Marcus Smart.

Defenders frequently underestimate Malcolm Brogdon's first step speed.

He does that in this situation to gain momentum and digs in on Romeo Langford as he enters the paint.

Malaki Branham is attracted by Brogdon's drive, so the latter kicks the ball to Derrick White in the corner.

Zach Collins reacts slowly when Jeremy Sochan approaches him, and Marcus Smart takes advantage by burying an open three.

Branham launches this shot while Robert Williams is closing in on him, which is a crucial error. 

The Timelord destroys the latter's effort to score from three points, recovers the errant ball, and then shoots a layup.

Jayson Tatum converts Robert Williams' rejection into a classic three-pointer