By Dexter Foley
Boston Celtics’ 155 – Indiana Pacers 104
The Boston Celtics beat the hell out of the Indiana Pacers 155-104 on Wednesday to improve to 4-0 for the first time in 14 years. The 155 points scored is the second-highest single-game total in Celtics’ franchise history, behind only the 173 that the team scored on the Minneapolis Lakers way back in 1959.
The 51-point margin of victory represents the third largest in franchise history, trailing a 53-point win over Sacramento in 2022 and a 58-point win over Chicago in 2018.
Jayson Tatum, scored 30 points in just 27 minutes and had 12 rebounds on 9-of-15 shooting, raising his early shooting splits to 55/41/80.