Final: Celtics 149, Nets 114 — C’s score most points since 1992 in a game

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The Celtics scored the most points in a game since November 1992 on Wednesday, in the midst of a 149-115 blowout win in Orlando. Jaylen Brown led seven different players in double figures for the C’s who improved to 2-2 overall in the Orlando bubble. The story of the night however was Boston’s second unit who jumpstarted the rout with a 16-1 run midway through the second half. Rob Williams had a career-high 18 points in 19 minutes while Romeo Langford (+27) and Brad Wanamaker (13 points) chipped in as well on a night Kemba Walker was resting his sore knee. The Celtics were red-hot from downtown for the second time this week as well, shooting 51 percent from 3-point and 56 percent from the field.

Jeremiah Martin had a game-high 20 points for the Nets who trailed by double digits for the final three frames. The win pulls Boston two games ahead of the Heat for the No. 3 seed with just four games left to play.

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