Marcus Smart and Terry Rozier are becoming a force coming off the Boston bench. They helped push the Celtics past the Minnesota Timberwolves 91-84 Friday night.

Both teams shot poorly, in fact, the Celtics were just 3-of-36 shooting three-pointers.

But Smart scored 18 points and Rozier had 14 and nine rebounds to give the battle of the bench to the Celtics. Boston also out rebounded the Wolves 56-43.

Kyrie Irving has 16 points, eight assists and nine rebounds. Aaron Baynes had a double-double with 11 points and 10 reboudns.

Karl-Anthony Towns had a monster game for Minnesota - 25 points and 23 rebounds.

The Celtics improve to 32-10, they most wins in the NBA.

After a game in Brooklyn tonight, the C's don't play again until next Thursday afternoon when the play the 76ers in London.