With Jason Tatum Marginalized due to COVID-19, and Boston Celtics They spent a tough week that included losing streak to their rivals in the Eastern Conference, and Philadelphia 76ers. But on Sunday, they bounced back in a major fashion, beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 141-103 to return to the winning column.
They did it greatly thanks Jaylen Brown, Who continued his season with the outbreak of the game with 33 points, highly efficient from 13 out of 20 field. It’s impressive anytime you score that many points, but even more so when you do it in just 19 minutes.
With the Celtics in full control from the start, coach Brad Stevens took the opportunity to get some extra rest at first, so Brown didn’t score in the fourth quarter. As a result, he set a new record for the most points scored in less than 20 minutes in an NBA match since the start of the shot clock era in 1954.
Brown, who also achieved a new personal best with his fourth game in a row of no less than 25 points, now averages his career highs in both scoring and assists, placing 27.3 points, 5.8 rebounds and 3.5 assists per match. When paying back 53.2 percent. He has made great strides in multiple aspects of his game, and his efforts are being recognized.
After Sunday’s game, he got a shout out from one of all-time Boston Legends: Bill Russell. Champion 11 times Twitter took over – which was surprisingly energetic for an 86-year-old – to write, “Played great tonight Embed a Tweet Let her continue.”
A win, a record and a message from Hall of Famer. It doesn’t get better than that.
“Gamer. Pelajar alkohol. Penginjil perjalanan lepas. Pencipta yang rajin. Ninja internet yang tak tersembuhkan.”