Boston Celtics clearly surpassed Sacramento Kings in the NBA

The Boston Celtics (50-23), second in the Eastern Conference and classified for the playoffs, easily beat the Sacramento Kings (43-29), third in the West, 132-109, with a great task from Jayson Tatum, in a new day of the NBA.

The game was played at the Golden 1 Center stadium and Tatum, one of the best players in the league, scored 36 points (12-18 in doubles, 2-7 in triples and 6-11 in free throws), while Jaylen Brown supported with 27 points and Derrick White with 20.

In Sacramento, surpassed in the West by the Denver Nuggets and Memphis Grizzlies, they barely had De’Aaron Fox as a scorer with 18 points.

Other results: Orlando Magic 122-Washington Wizards 112, Brooklyn Nets 109-Cleveland Cavaliers 115; Atlanta Hawks 129-Detroit Pistons 107, New Orleans 119-San Antonio Spurs 94 and Los Angeles Clippers 100-Oklahoma City Thunder

In the East, the Milwaukee Bucks lead with 51-20, followed by the Boston Celtics with 50-23 and Philadelphia Sixers 48-23, while in the West the Denver Nuggets lead with 48-24, followed by the Memphis Grizzlies 44-27 and then Sacramento Kings is located with 43-29.