NBA Final season will start a week from now, but as preseason games continue, several teams were busy on Monday night. In front of a semi sell-out crowd, the Boston Celtics played against the Philadephia 76ers for their third game this preseason.

The home squad was able to claim victory after 48 minutes of game time at a score 113-96, their third win after they won over the 76ers in their first match on Friday. The Boston Celtics also faced off against the Hornets on Monday and won by a score 94-82. Brad Stevens is the coach of the 3rd in the rank among the Eastern Conference teams, the Boston Celtics.

Kyrie Irving rested from the game for the Boston

Kyrie Irving did not play Monday's game against the Philadelphia 76ers together with Al Horford, Gordon Holmes, and Marcus Morris.

Without Kyrie, the Celtics were led by Semi Ojeleye in scoring points. Semi registered 16 points and four defensive rebounds on his stat line. He shot 46 percent from the field goal and celebrated 3-of-7 three-point shot attempts.

Terry Rozier dropped a double-double score

Next to Semi Ojeleye who contributed high scores to the Celtics were Terry Rozier and Abdel Nader. Tery Rozier dropped a double-double of 15 points and 10 defensive rebounds as the Boston Celtics beat the Philadephia 76ers for the 2nd time. He also added one block, one steal, and six assists.

He shot 63 percent from the three-point line, making 5-of-8 shots.

While scoring the same 15 points with Terry, Abdel Nader also contributed one steal, one assist, and two rebounds. He shot 46 percent from the field, making 5-of-11 attempts and was able to shot his four free throws perfectly. The rest of the Celtics team who contributed double-digit scores were Jaylen Brown, Marcus Smart, and Jabari Bird.

Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart score the same 12 points. Jaylen also contributed one assist, one steal, and nine rebounds in 23 minutes off the bench while Marcus Smart added two steals, two assists, and six rebounds within 24 minutes inside the court. Altogether, the Boston Celtics finished the game with a total shooting percentage of 40 percent, missing 53-of-88 attempts.

Ben Simmons with 15 points

It was Ben Simmons who led the Philadephia 76ers in their rematch with the Celtics. Ben scored 15 points in 26 minutes of game time while shooting at a percentage of 50 and 30 percent from the field and three-point line, respectively. He also contributed two blocks, one steal, two assists and six defensive rebounds.

Furkan Korkmaz and Markelle Fultz also provide double-digit scores to the 76ers and played well during the game. Furkan scored 13 points while Markelle with 12 points. The Philadelphia 76ers shot 44 percent from the field, making 37-of-40 attempts and only 28 percent from the three-point line, making 7-of-25 attempts.