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Vitor’s block (and board) party

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One of the bright spots from last night’s disappointing 105-98 loss to the Bucks was the play of Vitor Faverani. The rookie put up impressive numbers, scoring 12 points to go with 18 rebounds and 6 blocks. No Celtics player had notched more than 15 boards and 5 blocks in one game since Dino Radja tallied 15 & 7 in November 0f 1996.

Faverani will surely have his hands full during the C’s next game on Sunday night. Boston travels to Detroit to face Greg Monroe, Andre Drummond and the Pistons. But for now, enjoy highlights of Vitor’s big night courtesy of RD6..

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  • adam

    Let’s hope he can be consistent with the rebounding and average 2/3 (i would love 4/5) blocks a game. He will be fun to watch and develop his NBA game.

  • eddysamson

    I picked him up in my fantasy basketball team after game 1, looks like a good call so far as I was weak on blocks!

  • GreenbirdCro

    Nice to have such a great reason to remember Dino! :)

  • Mike C

    FINALLY! I’ve been praying to the basketball Gods for ever, to send the Celtics a player who can rebound the damn ball! This guy looks legit. He had more rebounds by himself in this game than our entire team had in several games last season.

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  • zippittyay

    I can’t wait until he gets his body fat % under 20.

  • bill_nair

    He just knows how to play ball. Wish we had this guy a year or two ago. How old is Vitor by the way? Nice find Danny. Now get him a backup before hes worn out by January.