Celtics Use Big 4th Quarter to Defeat New Orleans 118-112

The Boston Celtics played from behind for much of Monday night's contest against the Pelicans but found a way to get over the hump in the 4th quarter, coming away with a 118-112 victory. 

Boston really struggled for long stretches throughout Monday's contest but got it going just in the knick of time to pull out a tough win at home.
The C's got great contributions from their entire starting unit, with Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, and Jrue Holiday all scoring 20+ in the game.

JT was the top scorer in the game, totaling 28 points to go along with 10 rebounds and 8 assists. 

I thought Jaylen Brown had an outstanding all-around performance tonight. JB finished the game with 22 points, 11 rebounds, 7 assists, and 0 turnovers. Following the win, Boston is now 36-11 overall, four games clear of Milwaukee for the #1 seed. The Celtics are now 1-1 to start their 7-game homestand, with Indiana on deck. 

The Celtics' next game will be Tuesday night against the Pacers. Go Celtics!