The Boston Celtics secured a 113-98 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers, advancing to the Eastern Conference finals for the third consecutive season with Jayson Tatum leading the charge.

Tatum’s 25 points, 10 rebounds, and nine assists propelled the Celtics to their third straight win, sealing the series in five games.

With Al Horford’s 22 points and 15 rebounds, Boston dominated with 19 three-pointers. Derrick White contributed 18 points.

Awaiting the Celtics in the conference finals are either the New York Knicks or the Indiana Pacers, with the Knicks currently leading the series 3-2.

Despite missing Donovan Mitchell and Jarrett Allen, Cleveland fought valiantly behind Evan Mobley’s playoff career-high 33 points. Veteran forward Marcus Morris provided support with 25 points off the bench.