Jaylen Brown was unstoppable during the Boston Celtics’ opener vs. the New York Knicks in the MSG. The Cs superstar was in attack mode all-night despite his team 2OT tough loss.
He finished the contest with a career-high 46 points, spending the previous 10 of 11 days in isolation under league’s health and safety protocols.
(via Celtics Wire):
“My breathing felt irregular but fine for the most part,” shared the Cal-Berkeley product. “Toward the end, I could feel my heart beating through my chest.”
Asked how he managed to stay on the floor for as many minutes as he scored points, Brown explained that the “adrenaline kind of took over.”
Brown stayed for 46 minutes on the floor, adding nine rebounds and six assists to his career-high performance. He shot an impressive 16-of-30 from the field, eight threes in 14 attempts and six freebies from the line.