Jaylen Brown led the Boston Celtics (54-14) to a dominant 119-94 victory over the Detroit Pistons (12-56).

Brown scored game-high 31 points in just three quarters, leading the Celtics to their sixth consecutive win.

With Jayson Tatum sidelined due to a right ankle injury, Derrick White stepped up for Boston, recording his first career triple-double with 22 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists.

Payton Pritchard also made significant contributions, adding 23 points to the Celtics’ dominant performance.

Kristaps Porzingis made a successful return to the Celtics’ lineup after missing five games with a strained right hamstring, contributing 20 points and eight rebounds in just 22 minutes of play.

Despite Tatum and Jrue Holiday, Boston maintained control of the game from start to finish.

Detroit was led by Jaden Ivey, who scored with 21 points, grabbed five rebounds and dished out five assists. Cade Cunningham, the Pistons’ leading scorer, sat out due to left knee injury management.