Celtics Vs. Spurs Final Score: Boston Pulls Away From San Antonio For 107-97 Win

After heading into halftime tied, the Boston Celtics turned it on in the second half to put away the San Antonio Spurs, . Both the Spurs and Celtics have been struggling as of late, with each team dropping three of their last four games. The Celtics used a third quarter burst to snatch the lead and never looked back, walking away with a 107-97 win on the Spurs’ home court.

Rajon Rondo led the way with a double-double, scoring 22 points and dishing out 14 assists. Paul Pierce also had a double-double with 21 points and 11 rebounds. Kevin Garnett made it three Celtics in double-figures with 20 points, Glen Davis added 16 points off the bench and Ray Allen finished with 13.

Tony Parker scored a game-high 23 points for San Antonio in the loss. Tim Duncan had a double-double, finishing with 20 points and 13 rebounds. Richard Jefferson was also in double-figures with 14 points.

Boston improved to 52-22 with the win and currently holds a 13-game lead over Philadelphia in the Atlantic division. San Antonio fell to 57-18, but holds a 3.5-game lead over Dallas in the Southwest division.

For more on the Spurs, check out Pounding The Rock. Celtics’ news and analysis can be found at CelticsBlog and SB Nation Boston.

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