NBA, Celtics Twitter react to Boston's 134-93 preseason blowout of Charlotte Hornets


The Boston Celtics came to play in their preseason opener against the Charlotte Hornets at TD Garden on Sunday, a barrage of shots from beyond the arc complemented by strong ball movement on the perimeter creating a balanced effort that steamrolled the Hornets. No Ime Udoka, Robert Williams III, Danilo Gallinari, Or Luke Kornet? No problem for Boston, evidently.

Strong games from deep rotation players like Mfiondu Kabengele, Sam Hauser, and Noah Vonleh got the home crowd into the game early, and after a bit of resistance from Charlotte early in the game, quickly turned into a route for the Celtics.

Let's take a look at how media and fans reacted to Boston's big preseason win.

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Fourth quarter

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Story originally appeared on Celtics Wire


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