“Don’t Think Anybody Over There Can Really Guard Me”: Jaylen Brown Makes Bold Declaration After Dominant Performance in Celtics Win

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The Boston Celtics star Jaylen Brown made a fiery declaration following their Game 4 win in the Eastern Conference semifinals against the underdogs Cleveland Cavaliers.

During the postgame press conference, Brown boldly stated, “I just see me being aggressive. I don’t think anybody over there can really guard me. I just get into the paint, take my time, and I feel like that’s what I’ve been doing, not just in the playoffs, but all season long. So, I just get to my spots and just do what I do.” Brown is right in admitting the huge role he has played in the regular season in pulling the team to the top of the Eastern table.

The 27-year-old dropped a brilliant performance on Monday, scoring 27 points and grabbing 8 rebounds within 34 minutes of his playtime. Brown was a threat to the Cavs, who could not obstruct him from scoring 9-of-15 shots from the field, 2-of-3 from the deep, and 7-of-9 free throws.

The Celtics entered the game to secure a 3-1 lead, and it showed from the opening quarter, displaying their offensive supremacy. By the end of the first half, Cs were leading by only 5 points, but they defended it outstandingly even in the latter half and finished with a 109-102 win.

Jayson Tatum added a double-double of 33 points, 11 rebounds and 5 assists to the Celtics’ scoreboard. At the same time, Jaylen Brown extended his support yet again as he has been doing throughout the series.

Jaylen Brown Dominating in Series Against Cavs

Jaylen Brown has been phenomenal with his contribution in the playoff tournament, especially in the second round against the Cavaliers. The 3-time All-Star stole the show in the series opener with 32 points on 12/18 shooting from the floor and 4/6 from 3-point range while maintaining accuracy on 4 free throws.

After the win in Game 1, his performance dipped in the following game to 19-4-1 where 6 of his 3-pointers refused to hit the target. However, he came back stronger in the next game with a 28-9-3 stat line and motivated his teammates to break the tie. Brown converted 13 of his 17 shots from the field into baskets and hit two shots from downtown.

The Celtics need another win in the series to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals and with Brown’s confidence, there seems to be nothing that could hold them back. However, the Cavs will have a chance to force game 6 on Wednesday, but they need to make sure that Jaylen Brown doesn’t feel unguardable.

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