There was a loud reunion at the rim Saturday afternoon in Los Angeles.

Jayson Tatum wasted little time proving his missed game Wednesday night was a precautionary measure more than anything. The Celtics star’s banged-up left ankle didn’t stop him from driving the baseline late in the first quarter and throwing down a right-handed slam.

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Daniel Theis tried to prevent Tatum’s dunk, but the Los Angeles Clippers big man ended up on the wrong end of a posterization. After Tatum’s 30-point outburst at Arena, the four-time All-Star took to Instagram to apologize to his former Boston teammate.

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It was a rough day at the office for Theis and the rest of the Clippers. Boston’s 37-point win marked Los Angeles’ second consecutive blowout loss following its nine-game win streak.

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