“Boston Celtics Dominate Golden State Warriors with Historic 140-88 Victory”

The Boston Celtics continue their dominating streak with an emphatic 140-88 victory over the Golden State Warriors, marking their 11th consecutive win. Led by stellar performances from Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum, who combined for 56 points, the Celtics showcased their offensive firepower once again. Brown lit up the scoreboard with 29 points, including five three-pointers, while Tatum contributed 27 points and dished out five assists, while also knocking down four shots from beyond the arc.

Celtics crush Warriors for 11th straight win, 140-88

Despite the lopsided result, Lester Quinones put forth a commendable effort for the Warriors, finishing with a team-high 17 points and five rebounds in a losing cause.

With this win, the Celtics further solidify their position as one of the top teams in the league, improving their record to an impressive 48-12 overall and maintaining a stellar 29-3 record on their home court. On the other hand, the Warriors drop to 32-28 on the season after this defeat.

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The Celtics’ 48-12 record through 60 games ties the third-best mark in franchise history, alongside the notable seasons of 1972-73 and 2007-08. Only the 1964-65 and 1985-86 Celtics teams have achieved a better record through the same number of games.

Notably, the 2023-24 season sees the Celtics making history as the first team in NBA history to secure three wins by a margin of 50 or more points in a single season. This accomplishment underscores the Celtics’ dominance and their ability to utterly dismantle opponents on any given night.

Moreover, Boston’s latest victory marks their sixth 50+ point win in franchise history, with an impressive three of those victories occurring in the current season alone. This statistical milestone highlights the exceptional level of performance the Celtics have reached, cementing their status as a force to be reckoned with in the NBA.

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Overall, the Celtics’ commanding win over the Warriors serves as yet another statement of their championship aspirations and further solidifies their position as legitimate title contenders in the league. With their potent combination of offensive firepower, defensive prowess, and depth, the Celtics are primed for continued success as they march towards the playoffs.

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