WATCH: Boston two way wing Brodric Thomas gets 32 points, 10 boards with Maine Celtics

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The Boston Celtics have been seeing their new two way players make some noise in the G League of late, with Sam Hauser currently at the top of the developmental league as a 3-point marksman as we have previously reported, and now fellow two way prospect Brodric Thomas going on an absolute tear to help push the (Portland) Maine Celtics (previously Red Claws) to a 6 – 1 record — among the best in the G League at the moment.

Thomas did it by putting up 32 points and 10 rebounds for the G League Celtics, hitting 10-of-15 shot attempts from the floor to help secure the win. Boston’s two way shooting guard had some help in a familiar face that game as well, with Celtics camp invitee Theo Pinson logging 27 points on 10-of-19 shooting (including 4-of-8 shooting from beyond the arc).

Watch the video embedded below to see the best of Thomas and Pinson in their big night for the Maine Celtics, courtesy of the G League’s Twitter account.

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