November 24–Nets played against Celtics in the enemy territory, leading from the start and winning 123-104, defending the lead in the East Conference.
Patty Mills scored three points in a row from the start to lead 12-5, and James Harden increased the score to enter halftime as 62-49 in 2Q.
In 3Q, LaMarcus Aldridge showed an activity of 13 points, and with one and a half minutes remaining, he was 29 points behind 97-68. In 4Q, he defended a large number of leads and escaped.
With four consecutive wins, it was 14 wins and 5 losses. The team’s field goal (FG) success rate has reached 50.6 percent. Mills scored 23 points with 7 3 points and Harden scored 20 points, 11 assists and 7 rebounds.
Durant scored 21 points and 8 assists, increasing his total score to 24,388, surpassing Allen Iverson’s 24,368 points to become 25th in history.
Celtics stopped the winning streak with 3 to 10-9. The team FG success rate was as low as 37.4%. Marcus Smart had 20 points and 8 assists, and Jayson Tatum had 15 points and 8 rebounds.