Celtics 105, Bobcats 88: Jason Terry scored 15 points to lead six players in double figures as Boston won its 11th consecutive home game.
Paul Pierce had 14 points in only 23 minutes and Avery Bradley added 13 for the Celtics, who avenged a pair of losses to the Bobcats in the last five weeks, including a humilating 100-74 defeat in Charlotte on Tuesday night.
Jannero Pargo scored 13 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter and Gerald Henderson added 16 for the Bobcats, who lost for the 12th time in 13 games.
Despite the absence of center Kevin Garnett (lower adductor strain), Boston had little trouble in dispatching Charlotte. An 8-0 spurt in the third quarter extended the lead to 14 points before Terry hit two 3-pointers to give the Celtics an 83-66 edge entering the final 12 minutes.
Boston's bench put the game out of reach, combining for nine straight points to open the fourth as the lead ballooned to 92-66. Pargo ignited a brief rally that cut the deficit to 13 before the Celtics pulled away.
GAME NOTEBOOK: Garnett is listed as day-to-day, putting his availability for Monday's showdown with the Miami Heat in question. ... Kemba Walker scored 14 points for Charlotte, which has never beaten Boston three times in a row. ... Terry hit all three 3-point attempts and Courtney Lee (12 points) nailed both of his as Boston was 10-of-15 from behind the arc.