My look at some of the best and worst performances from the Boston Celtics' 107-106 victory over the 76ers at Wells Fargo Center on Sunday:

Best performance: This award had to go to Isaiah Thomas. The Boston Celtics point guard finished with 37 points on 11-for-19 shooting.  He scored 12 consecutive points during one stretch in the fourth quarter and 13 points total in the fourth.

Worst performance: There's no way that Richaun Holmes could have avoided receiving this award.  Luckily for him, he made 3 of 4 foul shots. Otherwise, he would have been held scoreless, missing his two shot attempts. The Sixers reserve center also had more turnovers (two) than rebounds (one) and committed three personal fouls in 11 minutes played.

Best defensive performance:  This goes to Sixer Nik Stauskas on a night when he started at small forward in place of Robert Covington. He had a game-high two blocks to go with one steal.

Best performance by a Sixer: Dario Saric had to get this one. The reserve power forward finished with 21 points on 7-for-12 shooting and grabbed 12 rebounds. He made 3 of 6 three-pointers.

Worst statistic:  This goes to the Sixers' turnovers. They committed 17.

Best statistic:  This award goes to the Sixers' three-point shooting. They shot 15-for-33 for 45.5 percent.

Worst of the worst: This goes to the Sixers blowing another double-digit lead in route to a loss. This one happened to be an 11-point cushion with 49.2 seconds left in the second quarter.

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