Brooklyn Nets dominated the game by winning 141-126 over Boston Celtics in Game 4 and lead the series by 3-1. Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant both went big, all-Star point guard dropped 39 points, 31 of which came in the first three quarters as the Nets fought back after losing Game 3. Kevin Durant scored a team-high 42 points and James Harden scored a double-double with 22 points, 18 assists.
Hosts on the other hand were shorthanded with Jaylen Brown, Robert Williams, and Kemba Walker out on injury. Without three of their starters, Jayson Tatum worked hard scoring the team-high 40 points and 7 rebounds. Hosts were off to a good start and build a nine-point lead in the first quarter but Nets overpowered Celtics from then on to win in the end.