Fair warning: If you were alive 27 years ago, you're about to feel very old.
That's a lot of points. In fact, that's the most points the Celtics have scored in any game since ... 1992.
The date was Nov. 25, 1992, to be exact, as the C's rolled to a 150-112 win over this same Washington franchise - then known as the Bullets - at the old Boston Garden.
Now, time to feel old. Here's the full list of current Celtics players who were alive when that game went down:
That's it. The other 12 members of the Celtics didn't exist in 1992, including rookie Romeo Langford, who wouldn't be born for another seven years.
Few other NBA teams can say the same, as the C's boast one of the youngest rosters in the league with an average age of 25.1. But those who were around in 1992 - or simply appreciate history - may get a kick out of the Celtics' box score, courtesy of Basketball Reference:
The 1992-93 season was the Celtics' first without Larry Bird since 1979 and represented a "changing of the guard:" Robert Parish still started but an aging Kevin McHale came off the bench, as newcomers like Reggie Lewis, Dee Brown and Xavier McDaniel took the torch from Boston's 1980s dynasty.
This win actually was one of the Celtics' high points of the season. The C's finished as the Eastern Conference's No. 4 seed and lost the Charlotte Hornets in the first round of the playoffs.
The 2019-20 Celtics seem destined for a different fate after beginning the season 9-1, their best start since their 2007-08 championship campaign. But they might want to shore up that defense.
If you were wondering, as I was, the last time the Celtics gave up 133 in regulation and won?
December 5, 1990.
148-140 vs. the Paul Westhead Nuggets at Boston Garden.
Michael Adams 31/17 assists
Denver took 127 shots
Kemba Walker was six months old.
— Sean Grande (@SeanGrandePBP) November 14, 2019
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Putting Celtics' 140-point outburst vs. Wizards into nostalgic perspective originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston