Regarding the Celtics’ balance, Derrick White said, “Every quarter, it might be somebody different.”

The Boston Celtics guard, who had a great game against the Bulls in Chicago, talked about the team’s offensive balance.


After the All-Star break, the Boston Celtics continued to roll, defeating the Chicago Bulls 129–112 in Chicago to extend their winning streak to seven games.


With 28 points, five assists, three rebounds, and a shooting percentage of 9–14 from the field and 5–10 from three, Derrick White led the way with mastery.

Even though Boston was down three points at the start of the second half, their superior defensive play was evident as they let the Bulls only score 21 points in the third quarter. In addition, the Celtics made 23 three-pointers while shooting 48.9 percent from beyond the arc. Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown combined for 46 points to lead the way.


The enjoyable aspect of this squad is that, on most nights, JT, JB, and KP give me and everyone else the latitude to do what needs to be done if we’re winning,” said White. “Having guys like that at the top and just allowing us to be aggressive and a fun team to play with.”


Before scoring 10 in the fourth quarter, White scored 12 in the first. As White hinted to, Brown had a huge second quarter with 14, and Tatum added 15 in the third.



The guard remarked, “Someone got it going; we’re going to keep going to them.” “I think JB had it going in the second quarter there; we just kept going back to him, and that’s just the fun thing is each quarter might be somebody different, and we’re just all ready to go and having a lot of fun with it.”


The Boston Celtics take on the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Saturday night at 8:30 p.m. ABC Primetime in an attempt to extend their winning streak to eight games.


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