Breakdown: White, Porzingis lead Celtics to win.

NBC Sports Boston said that White and Porzingis led the Celtics to a win.  Three Main Stories Returning star Kristaps Porzingis Big night for "The Stock Exchange" Jaylen Brown expelled Friday night against the Knicks, the Celtics extended their TD Garden domination.

The C's advanced to 10-0 at home this season with a 133-123 win. The only other NBA club without a home loss is the Denver Nuggets (9-0).

The Celtics and Knicks scored over 200 points in three quarters for the fourth time in their history on Friday. Boston is 3-0 versus New York this season.

All five Celtics starters and veteran big man Al Horford (14 points) scored double digits. Jayson Tatum (25 points) and Derrick White (30 points) led the scoring.

The Knicks' R.J. Barrett (23 points), Jalen Brunson (23 points), and Julius Randle (20 points) worked hard, but the Celtics' offense proved too powerful.

After three days off, the Celtics (16-5) play the Cleveland Cavaliers (12-9) on Tuesday. Three quick takeaways from Friday's triumph.

Friday night, Derrick White and Jrue Holiday proved why they're one of the league's top starting backcourts. The pair, nicknamed "The Stock Exchange" by White's father Richard, scored 46 points, nine rebounds, and eight assists against New York.

White opened strong with 10 first-quarter points. He added 11 points (3-3 3-PT) in the third to Boston's advantage.

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