The NBA-best Boston Celtics (48-12) showcased their dominance with a resounding 140-88 victory over the weary Golden State Warriors (32-28) on Sunday.

Brown exploded for 29 points, while Tatum celebrated his 26th birthday with a stellar 27-point performance.

Boston’s relentless attack, scoring 82 points in the first half, overwhelmed the Warriors, who struggled to contain the Celtics’ scoring onslaught throughout the game.

Payton Pritchard contributed 19 points off the bench for the Celtics, further bolstering their commanding lead over the Warriors.

Meanwhile, the Warriors endured a forgettable outing, with Stephen Curry limited to a season-low four points, hampered by a tough defensive effort from the Celtics.

Curry’s struggles epitomized Golden State’s frustrations as they faced relentless pressure from the Celtics’ defense.

Despite the Warriors’ efforts to mount a comeback, Boston’s early surge proved insurmountable, as they built a commanding lead in the opening quarter and never looked back.

Lester Quinones was the top performer for Golden State with 17 points off the bench in a game that saw Klay Thompson return to the starting lineup.

The Celtics’ victory extends their impressive winning streak to 11 games, solidifying their status as one of the league’s top contenders.