*Former Celtic Al Jefferson is 0-10 in his career against the Celtics.
–0-6 with Timberwolves.
–0-4 with Jazz.
*On Sunday, the Celtics shot 42.4% from the field.
–When the Celtics have a field goal percentage as low as they did against Portland, they are 4-12 this season.
–However, when they shoot at least 50% in a game, they are 13-2 in 2012-13.
*The Celtics are 3-1 on Mondays this season, their best record for any day.
–The Jazz are 6-3 on Mondays in 2012-13.
*The Celtics’ 2 three-pointers made Sunday were the 2nd-fewest by the Celtics in a game this season.
–In addition, their 15.4% shooting from downtown tonight was their worst for a game this season in which they attempted at least 10.
*On Sunday, Jeff Green extended his streak of scoring at least 8 points to 15 straight games.
–That is tied for the 4th-longest streak of his career.
*Jason Terry is 13 three-pointers away from his 13th straight season (2000-01 to 2011-13) of making at least 100 three-pointers.
–Paul Pierce became the first player to do so from 2000-01 to 2012-13.
–Ray Allen: 11 three-pointers away from his 14th straight such season (1999-2000 to 2012-13).
–No other NBA players will be able to make it at least a 13th straight such season in 2012-13.
–The record for the most consecutive seasons of at least 100 three pointers made is held by Reggie Miller: 15 seasons (1989-90 to 2003-04).
*The Celtics are still in search of their 10th road victory this season. The C’s are still the only current playoff team to still have fewer than 10 road wins in 2012-13.
*The Celtics have had fewer offensive rebounds than their opponent in 15 consecutive games, the longest streak of any team this season and tied for the 2nd-longest streak in the NBA since 2004-05 (15 games in 2007 by Phoenix Suns).
–The only longer such streak since 2004-05: Golden State Warriors (17 games in 2012).
*Recent Meetings: Celtics vs. Jazz
–The Celtics have won their last 4 meetings with the Jazz.
–Boston is 7-3 overall against Utah since 2007-08.
–All-Time NBA Free Throws Made–
10. Allen Iverson 6,375
11. Charles Barkley 6,349
12. Paul Pierce 6,343 (Pierce needs 7 to move into 11th place)