Kyrie Irving discusses Celtics’ low-scoring Game 1 win

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A miserable third quarter sank the Indiana Pacers as the Boston Celtics earned an 84-74 win in Game 1 of their first round playoff series.

The Celtics trailed by seven at halftime but held IN to just eight third-quarter points as they took control.

"I thought we kind of lost our way".

Sunday, we'll start with the Pacers-Celtics series opener.

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The Pacers were never got the deficit under double digits in the fourth quarter. Al Horford added 10 points and 11 rebounds, and Gordon Hayward had 10 points.

Joseph finished with 14 points and Bojan Bogdanovic 12 for IN, which shot 33.3 percent for the game overall. Irving had eight points, attacking the rim to get to the free throw line while also dishing out three assists.

Wednesday's clash with Boston gives the Pacers another shot at stealing homecourt advantage from the fourth-seeded Celtics before the series shifts back to IN for Games 3 and 4. However, the Celtics defence suffocated the Pacers in the second half, holding them to a total of 29 points. "We were getting wide open looks and they were rattling in-and-out or they were just missed shots".

With a one game to zero lead, the Celtics are in the driver's seat for the series, but by no means do they have any reason to become complacent.

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Morris, who was recently bumped from the starting lineup in favor of center Aron Baynes, nearly singlehandedly kept the Celtics afloat by scoring 12 of their next 14 points. "Even if the Celtics follow up a lackluster season with a lackluster postseason, Kyrie will personally be on a mission to make sure his stats look good", Carter said on "First Things First".

Boston's offense finally came alive in the third quarter when they played with some gosh darned PACE!

"We held them to 84 points". Jaylen Brown got the start for Marcus Smart, who is out with a torn oblique, and made just one of the five shots he attempted.

In the third, however, two things happened that allowed the Celtics to take control of the game completely: Kyrie Irving woke up, and IN went icy cold from the floor. In truth, though, the Pacers' issues were as much their own doing as anything the Celtics did. Irving, the Celtics star, discussed the victory with reporters after the game.

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Irving shot 6-for-17 from the field (35.3%) and 2-for-5 from beyond the arc (40.0%), yet still found other ways to make an impact while still leading the team in scoring despite the lack of efficiency.

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