BOSTON — Perhaps no one summed up Boston Celtics wing Jaylen Brown’s performance against the Sacramento Kings better than Brad Stevens post-game.
Certainly no one summed it up more succinctly.
“Obviously,” Stevens said after the young wing exploded from behind the arc in the blowout victory, “22 points on eight shots is great.”
Give the man credit: When he’s right, he’s right.
Brown had one of the most impressive performances of his young career on Wednesday, tallying 22 points on 7-for-8 shooting (5-for-6 from behind the arc) in Boston’s 113-86 win. He drilled Boston’s second field goal — a triple assisted by Kyrie Irving — before knocking down a tough jumper plus the foul. A few minutes later, he powered down one of the better dunks of the season (once again assisted by Irving).
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The Celtics probably would have won without Brown (the Kings are not a good team), but he helped make the victory easy. A third-quarter flurry from Brown — which included one impressive heat check triple from the corner through a heavy contest — more or less put the game out of reach.
Despite assisting on three of Brown’s five shots, Irving deflected any credit for Brown’s performance, shaking his
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