The NBA’s All-Star holds were declared on Thursday night, and the Boston Celtics just had one of their players considered deserving of participating in the renowned game. While Jayson Tatum accepted his third gesture in as numerous years, Jaylen Brown was left off the group, presently expecting to be picked as a trade for the harmed, Kevin Durant.
As the Eastern Conference keeps on improving, these determinations will turn out to be increasingly troublesome. Notwithstanding, leaving Brown off while players, for example, Khris Middleton made the group is, to cite Stephen A. Smith, blasphemous.
The fundamental explanation JB was passed on off the polling form was because of his team’s record. Be that as it may, including a team’s record into a player’s resume is obsolete – assuming a team has two players playing at a sufficiently high level, what difference does it make what number of wins they have? Looks like JB also wants to ask this question from the association with what might fans have witnessed is probably one of the best dunks of his career.
Jaylen Brown scored 26 points and the Boston Celtics played strong protection in a 116-83 triumph over the Orlando Magic on Sunday night for their season-best fifth consecutive win.
Boston restricted Orlando to 35.8% shooting from the floor and 5 of 25 from 3-point range. It was like their matchup in November when the Celtics beat the Magic by holding them to 79 points and 32.1% shooting – both season lows.
Dennis Schröder scored 23 points and hit four 3-pointers off Boston’s seat, while Al Horford added 13 points and 11 rebounds for his tenth twofold. Jayson Tatum had 15 points, nine rebounds and seven assists, yet he shot only 6 of 18. Brown, who scored a vocation best 50 points in triumph over Orlando last month, made 10 of 22 shots.
NBA Twitter goes crazy as Jaylen Brown bodied Mo Bamba
Brown has shown his dominance in today’s game against the Orlando Magic and the testament of it is the insane dunk he scored while he bodied Magic’s Mo Bamba. Brown could be seen giving a stare which might be enough to scare the opponents further. Have a look at the wild reactions below: