Jayson Tatum has led the Boston Celtics to a win against the Golden State Warriors in Game 3. 

The team won convincingly at home due to his leadership and on-court play, and they are now firmly in command of the series.

Magic Johnson lauded Jayson Tatum for his performance. He pointed out that Jayson Tatum scored 27 points, but also "made everyone on the Celtics better" with his playmaking.

M Johnson tweeted, "Superstar Jayson Tatum scored 27 points, but that doesn’t tell his impact on the game tonight. He made everyone on the Celtics 

better with 9 assists, many of which added to Marcus Smart’s 24 points, and he helped the role players play to their potential.

There's no doubt that Jayson Tatum's playmaking has been integral to the Boston Celtics. He has even admitted that his improvement in playmaking helped him make the first All-NBA team this season.

If the Boston Celtics win Game 4 at home, they will have a 3-1 lead on the Golden State Warriors. That would be an advantageous position for them to be

in, though obviously, the Warriors could still come back from that deficit. They have done it once before, during the 2016 Western Conference Finals.

We'll have to wait and see the outcome, but there's no doubt that this Finals series has been wildly entertaining.