Tatum and Brown became the first pair in history to accomplish this in the same game.

After Jaylen Brown outperformed Luka Doncic on both ends of the court in Monday night’s Celtics victory, Chris Mannix and Eddie House discuss it.


With the assistance of their two superstars, the Boston Celtics upset the Dallas Mavericks on the road on Monday night.


The Celtics, led by Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown, put on a show against Luka Doncic and company, winning 119-110 to keep their 34-10 record and top spot in the NBA and Eastern Conference rankings.

Tatum made 11 of 21 shots for a game-high 39 points, including 15 of 19 from the free throw line. In 41 minutes, he also recorded 11 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals, and 2 blocks. In just 37 minutes, Brown scored 34 points on 13 of 22 shots, added four assists, three rebounds, and two blocks. There was not a single turnover by either player.




In addition, this team created history by being the first-ever teammates to record at least 30 points, two blocks, and zero turnovers in one game.


Tatum and Brown’s performance on Monday night was outstanding in many ways, but perhaps most notably, given how much time they had the ball in their hands against the Mavericks, they committed no turnovers.


One could make a compelling case for Tatum and Brown to be the best combo in the league. These players can score thirty or more points on any given night, and they can guard several spots and play excellent defense. They stand out from other outstanding wings in the league thanks to their superior two-way set.


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