7 takeaways from the Celtics' victory over the Bulls, which saw Robert Williams start once more

One of the Celtics' better wins of the year thus far, according to head coach Joe Mazzulla, was their 107-99 triumph over the Bulls on Monday.

Williams performed admirably in a familiar double-big combination.

Tatum ended with 32 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists for another MVP-caliber stat line.

The Celtics continued their recent cold streak by making only 11 of 41 3-point tries.

 Zach LaVine took over for a while in the fourth quarter when DeMar DeRozan left the contest with what the Bulls claimed to be a right quad strain.

A strange but remarkable play by the Celtics early in the fourth quarter included three missed jumpers, three offensive rebounds