Boston, MA (Sports Network) - The Boston Celtics snapped their recent skid
with the aid of their struggling defense.
Rajon Rondo tallied 18 points and seven assists, while Kevin Garnett added 18
points and seven boards in Boston's 94-75 rout of the Indiana Pacers.
Over their four-game slide, the Celtics had been outscored by 19.7 points per
game and allowed their opponents to register 104.5 points a contest while
only holding them to a 50.5 percent clip from the floor.
It was a different story for the defense in this one.
Indiana, which had won 9-of-11 coming in, shot just 31.8 percent (27-of-85)
from the field. David West and Paul George shot a combined 8-of-36 from the
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