Boston Celtics’ Jaylen Brown Suffers Injury While Watering Plants
Boston Celtics’ star Jaylen Brown suffered a bizarre injury while watering plants earlier this week. He dropped a vase and cut his hand while trying to pick up the glass. The cut required stitches and almost put his status for Game 1 against the Hawks in jeopardy. However, Brown ended up playing in Game 1 but left the game briefly after reaggravating the injury. He ultimately returned to the game and finished with 29 points, 12 rebounds, three assists, and one steal.
Brown’s Importance to the Celtics
Brown and Jayson Tatum have formed arguably the best duo in the NBA this season. Brown had a career season while being named to his second All-Star team. He averaged 26.6 points per game, 6.9 rebounds, 3.5 assists, and 1.1 steals with shooting splits of 49.1 percent shooting from the field, 33.5 percent shooting from the three-point line, and 76.5 percent shooting from the free-throw line. The Celtics will need an effective Brown in order to make another Finals run.
The Celtics have some time to make sure Brown’s hand is okay and stitched back up before Game 2 on Tuesday. According to Brown himself, his status for the rest of this series shouldn’t be in any doubt. Celtics fans will surely breathe a little bit easier if Jaylen Brown is not on the injury report before Game 2.
In conclusion, Jaylen Brown’s injury while watering plants was a bizarre incident that almost put his status for Game 1 against the Hawks in jeopardy. However, he played through the injury and finished with an impressive performance. Brown’s importance to the Celtics cannot be overstated, and they will need him to be effective in order to make another Finals run. Celtics fans will be hoping for a speedy recovery for Brown’s hand before Game 2.
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