Following a harsh defeat to the Utah Jazz last Sunday, the C's made a strong recovery and demonstrated an impressive performance against the Kings.
Each of the five starters for the Celtics managed to score at least ten points, with Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown leading the team with 36 and 27 points, respectively.
With a 40-point third quarter, they managed to take a 19-point lead and didn't let go of it for the rest of the game, resulting in a 132-109 victory.
Derrick White achieved his eighth double-double of his career by contributing 20 points and 10 assists to the game.
The Kings were propelled by De'Aaron Fox who scored 18 points, while Domontas Sabonis achieved a triple-double by contributing 16 points, 13 rebounds, and 12 assists.
After completing their road trip with a 4-2 record, the Celtics will come back home for a Friday night game against the Indiana Pacers. Before diving into the Celtics-Kings game
Boston recorded 32 assists while making 49 field goals and had a low turnover rate of only five times, with only two turnovers in the initial three quarters.
In contrast, the Celtics managed to steal the ball nine times from the Kings, resulting in 14 turnovers for the Kings. As a result, the Celtics were able to score 21 points off of these turnovers.
The Celtics have advanced one game ahead of the 76ers to secure the second position in the Eastern Conference. Their focus now is to generate momentum as they approach the final nine games of the regular season.