The Boston Celtics went into Brooklyn and defeated the Nets on Christmas morning, 93-76. Boston's 34 second-quarter points, highlighted by a 17-2 run, gave them a lead they would never surrender. More impressive, however, was the excellent play of reserve forward Jared Sullinger.
Playing at home in a battle for New York on national television, the Brooklyn Nets took a 79-75 lead at home into the fourth quarter. How they got there, including how the Nets blew a 17-point first-quarter lead, doesn't matter. How the Knicks came back and won does.
This is how the game was won.