The Boston Celtics' winning streak has moved to six.
The team engaged in a tightly-contested battle with the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night. They were down at various points, including late in the game, but Jayson Tatum helped to power the team to a win.
With Jaylen Brown, Evan Fournier, and Robert Williams all out, Tatum posted a 44-point game to virtually match another MVP-caliber performance from Stephen Curry (47 points). Kemba Walker dropped 26 of his own, Marcus Smart played his usual brand of tough defense and had a couple of key 3-pointers down the stretch, and newcomer Jabari Parker tallied double-digit points to give the C's a lift off the bench.
The Celtics continue to play hard during this winning streak, and their ability to win without key players in the lineup is a great sign for them moving forward.
Here are the highlights from the Celtics' come-from-behind win over the Warriors.
FINAL SCORE: Celtics 119, Warriors 114
CELTICS' RECORD: 31-26
Celtics vs. Warriors highlights
Kemba Walker with the strong finish through contact:
Jabari Parker's first points with the C's come on a putback slam:
Luke Kornet with the putback and-one:
Payton Pritchard nails a long 3-pointer:
Stephen Curry makes a ridiculous one-hand shot:
Jayson Tatum makes a great buzzer-beater to end the half:
Kemba gets it going from deep:
Tatum throws it down on the break:
Marcus Smart hits a critical 3-point shot:
Smart with the go-ahead 3-point make:
Tatum drives to the hoop for the go-ahead bucket:
Kemba's long-ball puts it out of reach:
Monday, April 19 at 7:30 p.m. ET vs. Chicago Bulls