Another strong game for Rondo and the C's bench as they knock off the Raps 118-103.
It was clear throughout the game that the Toronto Raptors defense was nonexistent and the C's were red hot from the field shooting 62%. Ray Allen (21 points) went 5 for 7 from 3 with the team combining for 10 of 17 (59%) from deep.
Boston drove to the hoop at will while the C's bench contributed 44 points lead by Tony Allen's 15 points. Allen has been a spark as of late with good performances in Detroit, Minnesota, and today in Toronto. An honorable mention goes to Eddie House who has been key off the bench as well. Boston won its 5th straight game and improves to a league leading 13 and 2 record.
Toronto's defensive and offensive woes were magnified when O'Neal left the game due to a strained knee suffered in Fridays OT loss to NJ. He did not return.
The C's get 2 days off and return home on Wednesday to face the Warriors at 7:30PM ET.