Bending: Dalano Banton
Banton was held scoreless despite logging 16 minutes, and he looked surprisingly uncomfortable in the wake of a 20-point outing on Monday.
To make matters worse, Banton was pulled just 26 seconds into the second half after not going for a loose ball. He ended up returning later in the quarter and reportedly took criticism from head coach Joe Mazzulla in stride, but still, it was a rough night for one of Boston's newcomers.
Bending: Lamar Stevens
Stevens and Oshae Brissett had equally disappointing performances, so choosing who landed on this list was a bit of a coin flip.
It ended up being Stevens, though, as he went 0-for-3 shooting with his only two points coming from a pair of free throws.
Brissett went 0-for-5 and made just one shot from the charity stripe, but he did grab six rebounds and dish out a pair of assists.
No one is expecting an offensive masterclass from Stevens or Brissett, but putting up zeroes isn't going to suffice — especially when they each got 16 minutes of run.
It's especially noteworthy that, even in a game the C's won by 11, they were out-scored by 5 points when Stevens was on the court. That was tied for the second-worst plus-minus on the team.
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