Shines Jayson Tatum and the Celtics crush Nets – Jumper Brasil

Superstar Jayson Tatum led the Boston Celtics to a big win over the Brooklyn Nets. Huge, by the way. With 26 three-pointers, the Massachusetts team, playing at home, didn’t give the opponent a chance. In fact, the Celtics were one short of a franchise record. Tatum scored 31 points, grabbed nine rebounds and made seven long-range attempts. Jaylen Brown also converted seven and finished with 26 points. Kyrie Irving instead was the scorer of the Nets, with 20. Brooklyn acted, once again, without Kevin Durant and Ben Simmons, both injured.

The Celtics show started early. In the first six minutes of the game, Boston already led 24 to 4. Then, Tatum made three, leaving him up 27 to 4. Irving answered the same way, but the number 0 jersey was with everything. He hit another one and the home side won 30 to 7. Brown moved up to 33 to 7. Soon after, the difference was 31, after a free throw by Luke Kornet. At the end of the first quarter the score was 46-16.

Already in the second period, the Nets sketched a timid reaction, without however being able to overturn the margin. Before halftime, however, Tatum scored three more and the Celtics led 79–45.

Read more

Coming back at halftime, Brown left the Celtics leading 87 to 52. Everything Boston threw was falling, while the Nets had nothing left to do. Tatum salutes the game late in the third period, once again with a long-range field goal. There, the Eastern leaders led 110 to 72.

In the final 12 minutes, with the field full of reserves, Boston controlled only the scoreboard to confirm its 37th triumph of the season.

(31-20) Brooklyn Nets 96×139 Boston Celtics (37-15)


Kyrie Irving: 20 points, four rebounds, four assists
Cam Thomas: 19 points
Joe Harris: 12 points


Jayson Tatum: 31 points, nine rebounds, four assists, 7-12 on threes
Jaylen Brown: 26 points, 7-12 on threes
Robert Williams: 16 points, nine rebounds
Derrick White: 14 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists
Luke Kornet: 12 points, four rebounds, four assists
Malcolm Brogdon: ten points, four assists

(20-32) Orlando Magic 94×105 Philadelphia 76ers (33-17)


Markelle Fultz: 18 points
Paolo Banchero: 13 points, nine rebounds
Franz Wagner: 13 points, four rebounds, six offensive errors
Jalen Suggs: 11 points, four rebounds, five steals
Cole Anthony: 11 points, four rebounds
Gary Harris: 11 points


Joel Embiid: 28 points, 11 rebounds
James Harden: 26 points, 10 assists, nine rebounds, seven offensive errors
Tobias Harris: 16 points, five rebounds, five assists

(25-26) Portland Trail Blazers 122×112 Memphis Grizzlies (32-19)


Damian Lillard: 42 points, 10 assists, eight rebounds, 5-13 in threes, 15-16 free throws
Anfernee Simons: 26 points, four assists
Jerami Grant: 18 points
Drew Ewbanks: 11 points, 11 rebounds


Ja Morant: 32 points, 12 assists, nine rebounds, 13-18 free throws, five offensive errors
Jaren Jackson Jr: 18 points, seven rebounds, six blocks
Desmond Bane: 17 points

(24-27) Oklahoma City Thunder 106 x 112 Houston Rockets (13-38)

oklahoma city

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander: 24 points, eight rebounds, four assists, three steals, 10-10 free throws
Josh Giddey: 20 points, eight rebounds, eight assists
Tre Mann: 18 points, five rebounds
Kenrich Williams: 13 points, eight rebounds, three steals


Eric Gordon: 25 points
Tari Eason: 20 points, 13 rebounds, three steals
KJ Martin: 18 points, seven rebounds, four assists
Alperen Sengun: 10 points, 12 rebounds, four assists, three blocks
Josh Christopher: 11 points, four rebounds

(26-25) Golden State Warriors 114 x 119 Minnesota Timberwolves (28-26)

Golden state

Stephen Curry: 29 points, 10 rebounds, 5-12 on threes
Jordan Poole: 18 points, seven rebounds, five assists
Andrew Wiggins: 16 points, seven rebounds
Klay Thompson: 14 points, six rebounds, 3-13 shooting
Draymond Green: 10 points, 12 rebounds, four assists, five errors
Kevon Looney: ten points, nine rebounds


D’Angelo Russell: 29 points, 7-17 on three
Anthony Edwards: 27 points, six rebounds, five assists, six offensive errors, 2-11 from three points
Naz Reid: 24 points, 13 rebounds, four assists
Austin Rivers: ten points, five assists, four rebounds
Kyle Anderson: nine points, 12 rebounds, four assists

(29-21) Sacramento Kings 119×109 San Antonio Spurs (14-38)


Domantas Sabonis: 34 points, 11 rebounds, four assists
De’Aaron Fox: 31 points, 10 assists, 3 steals
Malik Monk: 22 points, five assists, three steals
Harrison Barnes: 14 points, six rebounds

Sant ‘Antonio

Malaki Branham: 22 points, five assists
Josh Richardson: 19 points, eight rebounds
Jakob Poeltl: 18 points, 12 rebounds, five offensive errors, 9-13 shooting
Keldon Johnson: 18 points, eight rebounds, five assists
Zach Collins: 14 points

(23-30) Toronto Raptors 128×131 Utah Jazz (27-26)


Fred VanVleet: 34 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists
Pascal Siakam: 21 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists
Scottie Barnes: 18 points, 14 rebounds
Gary Trent Jr: 20 points, three steals
Chris Boucher: 16 points, five rebounds
Precious Achiuwa: 11 points, six rebounds


Lauri Markkanen: 28 points, 13 rebounds
Jordan Clarkson: 23 points, five assists, 5-12 of threes
Walker Kessler: 17 points, 14 rebounds, seven blocks
Mike Conley: 19 points, eight assists
Malik Beasley: 14 points
Collin Sexton: 12 points, four assists

(26-26) Atlanta Hawks 132×100 Phoenix Suns (27-26)


Dejounte Murray: 21 points, eight assists, six rebounds
Trae Young: 20 points, 12 assists
Bogdan Bogdanovic: 18 points
Onyeka Okongwu: 17 points, four rebounds
De’Andre Hunter: 15 points, five rebounds


Mikal Bridges: 23 points, seven assists, five rebounds
Deandre Ayton: 20 points, nine rebounds
Dario Saric: 11 points, five rebounds

Subscribe to the Jumper Brasil channel on Youtube

All NBA information is available on the Jumper Brasil channel. Analysis, statistics and advice. Subscribe, but give your like and activate notifications so you don’t miss any of our content.

So follow Jumper Brasil on your social networks and discuss with us the best that happens in the NBA


#Shines #Jayson #Tatum #Celtics #crush #Nets #Jumper #Brasil

Add Comment