The Boston Celtics beat up the Charlotte Hornets 134-106 last night, setting a season high in points scored and shooting 62% in the process.

That shooting percentage is the highest in four years for a Celtics team.

Kyrie Irving led the charge with 34 points, shooting 13-for-18 and 4-for-6 in threes.

Aron Baynes had 12 points and 10 rebounds. In fact, seven players ended up in double figure scoring.

Kemba Walker had 23 to lead the Hornets.

The (44-19) Celtics run their winning streak to 4-0 since the all star break. Charlotte had its four game win streak end.

Next on the schedule for the C's, in Houston Saturday night.