Caris LeVert needed much of a lifting and he did not disappoint after tallying a career-high 51 points to power the Brooklyn Nets over the tough Boston Celtics, at the TD Garden.
The Nets guard was scorching hot combining for 37 points in both fourth quarter and overtime to deliver the win for his struggling squad.
Brooklyn only allowed two points for the Celtics as LeVert scored all 11-overtime points for the Nets to snap their four-game losing streak.
Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot shined as well to back LeVert with his 16 markers.
Meanwhile, Jaylen Brown had 22 points to lead the Celtics while Kemba Walker chipped 21 on his return. Jayson Tatum was side-lined for the game.
The win gives Brooklyn their 27th on 33 losses while Boston is now at 41-19.