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Boston Celtics blow out Indiana Pacers as seven players reach double-figures

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The Boston Celtics got into their offensive groove early and never looked back as the comfortably took care of the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday.

Seven players reached double-figure scoring for the Celtics, with Marcus Morris and Jaylen Brown leading the way with 22 points apiece.

It was an all-around display from the Celtics, who scored their most points in regulation since 2004 and their second-most in the last 20 years.

The offensive showing was also the most points in regulation since Brad Stevens took control as they shot the lights out against the NBA's second best defensive team.

All 13 players who stepped onto the floor scored for the Celtics. The bench toppled the starters in scoring for Boston, 68-62.

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The win makes it four in a row for the men in green and pushes their record to 26-15 on the season, making things interesting at the top of the Eastern Conference.

Domantas Sabonis led the way for the Pacers with 20 points.

Indiana will play the final game of their five-game road-trip when they travel into New York for a showdown against the Knicks on Saturday.

The Celtics maintained a perfect record over their four-game homestand and will now hit the road for three games, starting with a clash against Miami on Friday.

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