Kyrie Irving and Marcus Morris each score 20 points to help Boston come from behind and knock off Indiana to claim Game 1.
BOSTON -- Unlike the two higher-seeded Eastern Conference teams who began their playoff campaigns Saturday, the Boston Celtics started theirs with a victory Sunday afternoon.
Yes, the Celtics beat the Indiana Pacers Sunday, winning 84-74 in a game which was perhaps the closest thing to a rock fight that a professional basketball game has been in years.
This shouldn't surprise anyone; it's hard to imagine any team thinking they can make less than 40 percent of their shots and commit 20 turnovers and still win.
ET start time Sunday afternoon.