NBA Fans Were in Awe Over Celtics’ 52-Point Beatdown of Warriors


The Golden State Warriors came into Sunday's game having won six of their previous seven games.   

However, their chances of maintaining that fine run of form were swiftly destroyed when they were defeated by the Boston Celtics, who defeated them by a score of 140–88, a margin of 52 points.   

The Celtics went on a massive 50–11 run during the first half of the game, converting what was once a 21–21 game in the first quarter into an 82–34 blowout by the time halftime rolled around. Jayson Tatum had a birthday that he will never forget.  

Warriors star Stephen Curry had a terrible game compared to his usual ones. He only scored four points and shot a terrible 0 for 9 from three-point range. 

The only starter in Golden State's starting group to score more than 10 points was Moses Moody, who scored 11. From three-point range, the Warriors only made 17.1% of their shots, while Boston made 51% of their shots.   

With the blowout win, the Celtics' winning streak now stands at 11 games. They gave the Warriors their fourth-worst loss in franchise history and their worst since 2021.   

As for Boston, it is now the only franchise in the history of the National Basketball Association to have three or more wins of fifty points or more in a single season.  

also see

also see

Mikal Bridges is pleased with the Brooklyn Nets' defensive performances