The Boston Celtics (44-12) showcased their dominance with a commanding 129-112 win over the Chicago Bulls (26-30), fueled by standout performances from Derrick White, Jayson Tatum, and Jaylen Brown.

White led the charge with 28 points, while Tatum contributed 25 points, and Brown added 21, spearheading the Celtics to their seventh straight victory.

After a closely contested first half that saw the Bulls take a slim lead, the Celtics seized control in the third quarter, outscoring Chicago 37-21 to establish a commanding advantage.

Despite a valiant effort from Nikola Vucevic, who posted 22 points and 14 rebounds for the Bulls, and contributions from Coby White (20 points) and DeMar DeRozan (19 points), Chicago struggled to contain Boston’s potent offensive attack.

With their victory over Chicago, the Celtics further solidify their position atop the NBA standings, reaffirming their status as legitimate championship contenders as the postseason approaches.