Boston beat Brooklyn to win 10 consecutive games [NBA] in ‘Jason Tatum and Brown 57 points collaboration’
The Boston Celtics (hereinafter referred to as Boston) have secured a food chain relationship against the Brooklyn Nets (hereinafter referred to as Brooklyn).
Boston beat Brooklyn by 139-96, 43 points in the NBA 2022-23 regular league game held at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts on the morning of the 1st. Boston went 37-15 and continued its 10th straight win over Brooklyn. Brooklyn is 31-20 now.
Jason Tatum was very active in the game with 31 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists, including 7 3-point shots, while Jeilan Brown contributed to Boston’s victory with 26 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists, and Derek White with 14 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists. Brooklyn struggled with Kyrie Irving’s 20 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 assists, but the team’s defeat faded.
The match between the two teams was decided from the first quarter. Boston showed off its tremendous firepower from the first quarter, and in particular, Tatum devastated the Brooklyn defense with 18 points and six rebounds, including four three-point shots in the quarter alone. On top of that, Brown scored 12 points, including three three-point shots, and Robert Williams III scored six points and six rebounds (4OBR), knocking on Brooklyn’s inside and outside. Boston finished the first quarter with a 46-16, 30 points lead.
Brooklyn narrowed the score as they fought hard against the Boston bench led by Malcolm Brockdon. However, with Tatum appearing, the atmosphere shifted back to Boston. As soon as Tatum came up on the court, White scored a three-point pull-up shot and Horford added a three-point shot. Tatum also scored a three-point shot himself, giving Boston a 79-45 and 34-point lead.
The difference in performance between the two teams remained in the third quarter. In addition, even Brown scolded the chaotic Brooklyn defense with three three-point shots. Brooklyn struggled with Irving and Claxton, but a sloppy defense leading to Irving-Seth Curry-Joe Harris allowed Boston to score again. And Boston faced the fourth quarter with Tatum running away by 110-72, 38 points as he made a three-point shot and steal.
Boston gave Tatum and Brown a break through the fourth quarter. Therefore, there was a showdown between Boston bench players led by Brockdon and the Brooklyn bench lineup led by Patty Mills and Cam Thomas. Boston also took the lead in the match, winning by 139-96, 43 points to Brooklyn.