In his professional debut for the Maine Celtics, two way Boston Celtics forward Jordan Walsh had an impressive performance against the Capital City Go-Go. The first-year player showcased his skills by scoring 18 points, grabbing 8 rebounds, and dishing out 5 assists while the parent club was busy beating up on the Toronto Raptors down Interstate 95 at TD Garden.
Walsh made a strong impact from the outside, knocking down three shots in a row from beyond the arc. The Arkansas alum also demonstrated his acrobatic scoring abilities, making a difficult shot while surrounded by defenders. Walsh’s energy and scoring off the bench were crucial in sparking a run for his team, and his strong inside presence allowed him to muscle his way to the basket for easy finishes.
If you want to see what Walsh looked like up in Maine for yourself, check out this highlight clip of his best plays put together by fan-favorite Celtics videographer Tomasz Kordylewski embedded below.
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