The Nets big trio comes up with a win taking the lead 3-1

The Nets’ big three faced the Celtics in Game 4 at the TD Garden in Boston.

Every time the Nets touched the ball, Celtics fans booed and jeered them, especially Kyrie Irving.

However, the Nets silenced the Celtics fans by defeating them 141-126.

The Nets’ big three scored 84 points or more to lead the Nets to a victory over the Celtics.

As a result, the Nets have lost their franchise playoff record.

Despite the loss, however, Jayson Tatum led the Celtics with 40 points.

In the first quarter, the Nets and Celtics took the lead.

Marcus Smart opened the first quarter with a three-pointer. Tatum followed with a three-pointer.

They were up 8-3 about two minutes into the third quarter.

Joe Harris made a layup. Marcus then hit a three-pointer.

Kyrie Irving made a layup. Tatum spun around and landed a fadeaway jumper.

Romeo Langford hit a dunk.

Halfway through the quarter, they were 13-21 when Kevin Durant hit a fadeaway jumper.

Tatum made a jump shot to extend his lead to seven points.

Irving responded with a three-pointer.

Fournier drew a foul and drained a bucket.

Durant also drew a foul and made a layup.

Durant’s dunk with 2:27 remaining in the quarter tied the game at 27-27 for the Nets.

Payton Pritchard drove to the basket and made a layup.

With 2.7 seconds left in the quarter, Durant hit a jump shot.

The quarter ended 33-34, with the Celtics leading by one point.

In the second quarter, the Nets took the lead.

The Nets started the quarter with a bucket. Harden hit a three-pointer to extend the lead to four points.

They were 38-37 with 9:50 left in the third quarter.

Harden slammed a dunk, and Tyler Johnson hit a jump shot.

Joe Harris hit a three-pointer, and Smart responded with a jump shot.

On the next possession, Harden made a layup and Jaylen added a jump shot.

Irving hit a three-pointer.

The Nets had taken the lead at 54-44 halfway through the quarter.

Harden drove straight to the basket for a layup, and Irving followed suit on the next possession.

The Celtics trailed the Nets by ten points after Irving hit a three-pointer.

While Smart made a jumper.

Durant hit a mid-range jumper to make it 66-55 with 1:16 left in the quarter.

With about 36 seconds left in the quarter, Joe Harris hit a three-pointer.

With only 8 seconds left in the quarter, Thompson hit a jumper and Harden hit a jump shot.

At the buzzer, Fournier responded with a three-pointer.

The quarter ended with the Nets leading 73-60.

The Nets completely dominated the Celtics.

Durant began the quarter with a fadeaway jumper.

Tatum’s three-pointer made it 78-61 with a minute left in the third quarter.

Durant responded with a three-pointer. Joe Harris chipped in with a three-pointer.

Tatum followed with a dunk.

KD blocks Langford at the rim, allowing Blake Griffin to score on the other end.

Following that, Irving nailed a dunk on the next possession.

And Tatum responded with a jumper.

The score was 94-70 halfway through the quarter, with the Nets leading by 24 points.

Tatum devised a turn-around fade-away jumper. Fournier made a jump shot.

On Durant’s bounce pass, Bruce Brown Jr. hit a jump shot.

On the next possession, Irving added a three-pointer.

Durant hit a jumper to extend his lead to 26 points with 2:23 left in the quarter.

With less than two minutes remaining in the quarter, they led 108-83.

Durant responded with a jumper after Tatum made a layup.

Tatum then made a three-pointer, and Aaron Nesmith also made a three-pointer.

The Nets led by 21 points at the end of the quarter, 112-91.

The Nets dominated the Celtics and won.

Irving opened the quarter with a three-pointer and followed it up with another.

Nesmith responded with a three-pointer.

Fournier stopped Irving, but Harden responded with a step-back three-pointer.

With 9:22 left in the quarter, they led 121-95.

After Pritchard stole the ball, Romeo hit a three-pointer.

Durant hit back-to-back three-pointers, and Pritchard responded with a jumper.

Jabari Parker made another two-pointer.

Brown responded with a jump shot. And Tatum quickly produced a jumper.

With about five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, they led 133-112.

The Nets took a 19-point lead after Harden found Bruce Brown for a dunk.

Pritchard hit a three-pointer.

With less than two minutes remaining, the Celtics cut the lead to 14 points.

Harris followed with a three-pointer for the Nets.

As a result, the Nets defeated the Celtics 141-124, putting them up 3-1 in the series.

The Nets trio had a big game.

The Nets’ big three are Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, and James Harden.

Their performance tonight dominated the Celtics throughout the quarter, propelling the Nets to victory.

They contributed 84 points to the Nets’ total, with 59 coming in the first half.

Kevin Durant led the Nets with 42 points, four rebounds, and five assists.

Kyrie Irving finished with 39 points, 11 rebounds, and two assists.

While James Harden had 23 points, a career-high 18 assists, and 5 rebounds.

Joe Harris finished with 14 points, four rebounds, and three assists.

Meanwhile, the Nets’ bench was led by Bruce Brown Jr., who scored 14 points and grabbed 7 rebounds.

With their 141-point performance, the Nets set a franchise record. With the win and massive combined scoring of 80+ points, the big trio silences all of the Celtics fans’ boos.

Despite the loss, Jayson Tatum contributes significantly.

Jayson Tatum, on the other hand, led the Celtics with 40 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists.

Marcus Smart came in second with 16 points, 6 rebounds, and 9 assists.

Evan Fournier finished with 16 points and 2 assists.

Payton Pritchard led the Nets’ bench with 12 points, three rebounds, and three assists.

Similarly, Aaron Nesmith had 11 points and Jabari Parker had 10 points and 6 rebounds.

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