*The last time Marcus Morris and Markieff Morris played on the same team in the same game: Elite 8 loss to VCU (71-61) on March 27, 2011.
–They combined for 23 points and 28 rebounds in that contest.
*The Celtics’ 0-7 road record this season is the 2nd-worst one for any NBA team against the opposing conference.
–Worst: Detroit Pistons (0-8).
–3rd-worst: Charlotte Bobcats (1-9).
*The Celtics are the only current playoff team with fewer than 10 road victories this season.
*The Suns’ 12-13 home record is the 6th-worst in the NBA this season.
–The last time Phoenix finished a season with a below .500 home record was 2003-04 (Mike D’Antoni’s first season with the team).
*The Suns are 9-4 this season when scoring at least 100 points (9-33 otherwise).
–They are 1-14 when scoring 90 or fewer points.
*Via ESPN Stats & Info: Jordan Crawford is 1 of 7 players to average 18 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists per 36 minutes this season (LeBron, Wade, Kobe, Westbrook, Manu & Harden).
*Crawford is also 1 of 21 players to have done the following over the last 2 seasons: scored 13 points per game, made at least 1 three-pointer per game, shot at least 40% from the field and shot at least 79% from the free throw line.
–Only other Celtic on that list: Paul Pierce
*Although Crawford’s basic numbers are strong, his advanced metrics are poor. He is a high-volume, low-efficiency scorer.
–Via David Locke, Crawford this season scores 0.87 points per possession while on the floor (league average is 0.92) and only goes to the free throw line on 7% of his possessions.
*The Celtics have had fewer offensive rebounds than their opponent in 13 consecutive games, the longest streak of any team this season.
–The only longer such streaks since 2004-05: Golden State Warriors (17 games in 2012) and Phoenix Suns (15 games in 2007).
*Recent Meetings: Celtics vs. Suns
–Next to the Lakers and Nuggets, the Suns and Hornets have been the most successful teams (5-5 record each) against the Celtics since 2007-08.
–All-Time NBA Free Throws Made–
10. Allen Iverson 6,375
11. Charles Barkley 6,349
12. Paul Pierce 6,338 (Pierce needs 12 to move into 11th place)