Two nights after losing to the Brooklyn Nets the Boston Celtics got a little revenge by going on the road and getting a 103-94 win over the Nets thanks to a game high 25 points from Jae Crowder.

Crowder was one of the players critical of the teams effort following Saturday's loss and backed up his words by playing a great game on both ends of the floor.

He had some help along the way from Evan Turner and Jared Sullinger who each posted double-doubles. Turner got the start for Avery Bradley who sat out with an injury and scored 12 points while grabbing 11 rebounds. Sullinger also had 12 points and pulled down 10 boards. Isaiah Thomas and Amir Johnson were the other Celtics in double figures, Thomas contributed 19 points and Johnson 12.

The win snaps a 2-game skid for the Celtics who return to the Garden for a Wednesday match-up against the Pistons.