What Stood Out from the Celtics’ Win vs. Kings: Boston Doesn’t Succumb to Potential Trap Game

The Celtics improved to 2-0 on their West Coast trip in three games and their road trip in four games, winning 126-97 against the Kings on Friday.

Boston remains fourth in the East but is now 1.5 games clear of the fifth-seeded Bulls. The Celtics are one behind the third-place Sixers and 1.5 behind the Bucks, who are in second place.

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