BOSTON -- Usually the word quadruple is associated in NBA circles with the ever-elusive quadruple-double. But on the last warm day of 2014, the Celtics nearly quadrupled the Raptors' turnover count at 27 to 7. Despite Rajon Rondo's triple-double, the Celtics couldn't get a handle of the offense after the first quarter. Kyle Lowry stepped up huge for the Raps with 35 points on 12-for-17 shooting while DeMar DeRozan also chipped in 23 points.
Jeff Green scored 20 on 9-for-16 shooting, while Sullynyk both put up double-doubles. Although the Celtics had a remarkable +31 rebounding differential, it couldn't overcome the horrendous amount of turnovers.
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