With a couple big wins behind them and a long plane ride ahead, the Boston Celtics knew they were in for a rough game.
"I think everybody had to push through," rookie Jayson Tatum said.
Tatum did most of the pushing at the end.
He had a driving dunk and a 3-pointer on consecutive possessions, pulling the Celtics out of a late hole and leading them to an 87-85 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday night.
Playing without Al Horford because of a sore left knee, Boston won its sixth straight heading into its trip to London to face Philadelphia on Thursday.
The Celtics were trailing by one when Tatum got the ball and drove for a powerful slam...