Celtics open 4-game trip by beating Thunder 92-83

Ray Allen scored 19 points and Boston's
bench helped prevent a big lead from slipping away in the fourth
quarter as the Celtics opened a four-game road trip Sunday night
with a 92-83 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Glen Davis had three foul line jumpers during a 15-6 push by the
Celtics after their 22-point lead had been cut to 73-67 early in
the fourth quarter. Allen's 3-pointer from the left wing restored
the advantage to 88-71 with 7:04 remaining, and Boston hung on from
there.
Kevin Durant scored 34 points and Russell Westbrook had 16
points and 10 assists to lead Oklahoma City, which played without
third-leading scorer Jeff Green. Green is day to day with a
sprained left ankle.
Paul Pierce scored 17 points and Rajon Rondo added 10 points and
10 assists for Boston.