Boston Celtics achieve historic victory with a third 50-point win, led by Jaylen Brown's 29 points and Jayson Tatum's 27 on his birthday, securing a dominant 140-88 victory over the Golden State Warriors.

Boston Celtics extend their winning streak to 11 games, setting NBA record with third 50-point win and boasting best-ever point differential of 22.1 over past 11 games.

Celtics make NBA history with a point differential of 29.8 PPG over the last six games, surpassing the 1971-72 Lakers' record and showcasing their dominance.

Warriors' star Stephen Curry records season-low four points, missing all 9 three-point attempts, as Celtics' dominance contributes to fourth-worst loss in Warriors franchise history.

Jaylen Brown ignites first quarter with 19 points, sinking 5 of 8 threes, as lax defense from Warriors allows Celtics to secure franchise-record 44-point halftime lead.

Steve Kerr acknowledges Celtics' brilliance, conceding Warriors' defeat as Boston's outstanding shooting percentages leave little room for a comeback.

Jayson Tatum shines on his birthday with 27 points, including a crucial 3-pointer, contributing to the Celtics' historic victory and earning a standing ovation from the crowd during the nationally televised matchup.

featuring a franchise-record halftime lead and stellar performances from Brown and Tatum, resonates with fans, showcasing the team's unity and respect for the game.