December 14, 2016, 9:20 pm
Al Horford was quiet in Wednesday night’s loss to the Spurs, scoring just 13 points with five boards, four assists and one three pointer.
He shot just 4-of-12 from the field and failed to record a defensive stat, as the Spurs keyed in on Horford with Isiah Thomas (groin) out of the lineup. While this was a disappointing night for his owners, Horford has been spectacular on the season. His unique combination of threes, assists and blocks have him returning first round value so far, and he should bounce back Friday against the Hornets.