Kyrie Irving has returned to Boston's line-up with a mask to score 25 points in the Celtics' 109-102 win over the Brooklyn Nets - their 13th straight National Basketball Association victory.
Irving had to play with a protective mask after suffering "a minor facial fracture" in the team's 90-87 win over the Hornets on Friday .
Boston then finally put it away with Jaylen Brown's alley-oop feed to Tatum before Irving hit two free throws to make it 106-96. He is also shooting 38.1 percent from the 3-point area.
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Avery Bradley scored 24 points, Reggie Jackson had 17 points, rookie Luke Kennard scored a career-high 14 points, backup point guard Ish Smith scored 11 points and Andre Drummond added 17 rebounds for the Pistons.
The Celtics play the Raptors later today, before traveling to [gulp] NY to play the Brooklyn Nets Tuesday.
The Celtics will have Kyrie Irving back on Tuesday night as they go for their 13th straight win.
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Celtics head coach Brad Stevens told reporters that Irving did everything at Tuesday's shootaround and "looked pretty good".
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Entertainers Diego Alfaro and Georgina Holguin from Mexico attended the game to help promote the Nets' upcoming games in Mexico City to their home fans.
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