Dionte Christmas shined in the first half for Boston, scoring 19 of his game-high 21 points before intermission. E'Twaun Moore grabbed the baton from Christmas in the third quarter, pouring in 12 of his 18 points in that frame.
Larry Owens added 14 points for Boston and Craig Brackins had 10 to also reach double figures. First-round pick Jared Sullinger was a healthy scratch for the Celtics, who were playing their fifth game in as many days.
Kris Joseph, who had been impressive for Boston this week, played just one quarter before leaving with a hip flexor injury. Moore also suffered a similar injury, but both of the injured Celtics are expected to play in the Las Vegas Summer League which begins early next week.
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