Celtics Blow Out Bobcats In Home Opener

Boston Returns To Parquet In Grand Fashion

After defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers in the season-opener last night, the Boston Celtics were back to their old (and new) tricks on Wednesday night as the C’s stifled the Charlotte Bobcats with a 92-59 victory at the TD Banknorth Garden.  

A night characterized by the return of Kevin Garnett to the Garden parquet and sub-sequentially the return of the Celtics premier defense, the C’s led throughout on the heels of Garnett’s 10 point, seven rebound performance.  The starters were able to rest most of the second half as Rajon Rondo registered his second consecutive double-double with 10 points and 11 assists as Ray Allen, the only starter to play in the fourth quarter, scored 18 points,and Shelden Williams grabbed nine rebounds on the night.

Boston held the Bobcats under twenty points in each of every quarter and outscored Charlotte 50 to 28 in the second half to seal the Cats’ fate.  The C’s host the Chicago Bulls on Friday as the Green Team looks to remain perfect in 2009-10.

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