In a commanding display of dominance, the NBA-leading Boston Celtics (43-12) delivered a resounding 136-86 victory over the Brooklyn Nets (21-33) on Wednesday night.

Led by a standout performance from Payton Pritchard, who poured in 28 points off the bench, the Celtics left no room for doubt as they outplayed the Nets on both ends of the floor, securing their sixth consecutive win.

Derrick White contributed 27 points to the Celtics’ offensive onslaught, while Jayson Tatum added 20 points, nine assists, and seven rebounds.

Despite missing key players such as Jaylen Brown and Al Horford due to injuries, Boston’s depth and cohesion were on full display, with the entire team stepping up to fill the void and deliver a dominant performance.

In addition Kristaps Porzingis left the game in the first half with a sprained ankle after playing 16 minutes and scoring 15 points.

The Nets, on the other hand, struggled to find their rhythm throughout the game, falling behind by as many as 56 points in the fourth quarter and ultimately suffering their fifth loss in their last six games.