Brown and Tatum combine for 63 points as Celtics get back on winning track with 128-123 win over Pacers

It was 90's Night at the TD Garden today and the Pacers hung within striking distance throughout the game, but in the end the Celtics prevailed with a 128-123 victory. Jaylen Brown who started the game off with 14 points in the 1st quarter finished with a game high 32, while his partner in Jay's, Tatum, added 31 of his own. This was the eighth time this season that Tatum and Brown each scored at least 30 points in a game. The duo also combined for an impressive 13 assists tonight.

Veteran center Al Horford had a very Al Horford-like game filling up the box score with 17 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists. Tyrese Haliburton led the Pacers in a losing effort with 30 points.

With tonight's win the Celtics clinch a top 6 spot in the East. They are currently in 3rd and a half game behind 2nd.

Head coach Ime Udoka wasn't completely thrilled with tonight's Celtics performance: The Celtics will host the Washington Wizards on Sunday afternoon at 1pm. It will be Boston's final regular season home game of this season, since the final three games are all on the road.