Celtics

Final: Celtics 128, Knicks 100 — Offense explodes again as C’s win fourth straight

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There hasn’t been a better offense in the NBA over the past ten days than the Celtics and that trend continued on Thursday night against one of the worst defense in the league. Kyrie Irving (22 points, 8 assists) led seven different Celtics in double figures as the hosts passed the 115-point mark in four consecutive games for the first time since December 1990. Al Horford also added his first double-double of the year with 19 points and 12 rebounds while the C’s shot 53 percent from the field. Jaylen Brown added 21 points in 25 minutes in his return from a bruised tailbone as the C's improved to 14-10 on the year.