Celtics Vs. Magic Halftime Score: Boston Holds 46-36 Lead At Break

BOSTON - It wasn't pretty, but the Boston Celtics came alive at the end of the half and took a 46-36 lead over the Orlando Magic into halftime here at TD Garden. Both teams combined to make 26-of-79 baskets and shot 32.9 percent in the half.

Dwight Howard had a very Howard-like performance, finishing the half with 14 points and eight rebounds for Orlando, which made 11-of-38 baskets to shoot 29 percent. Glen Davis, who received a video tribute in the first quarter and was clearly emotional when acknowledging the fans, put together a nice half with six points and seven boards off the bench.

Paul Pierce was the high man for the Celtics in the half, totaling 13 points, eight of which came in the first quarter. Brandon Bass scored 13 points and Kevin Garnett had just four points but had a team-high seven rebounds at the break.



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