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Despite finishing with 29 points, Jaylen Brown reportedly reopened his nasty right-hand finger cut on their Game 1 win against the Atlanta Hawks. But thankfully, the star swingman revealed that he is feeling good amid the discomfort.

Brown said in his postgame presser that the club would look to check his hand on Sunday to determine the further condition of his wound cut.

“It’s fine,” Brown said following the 112-99 dub on Sunday against the Hawks, per MassLive’s Brian Robb. “It split open during the game but it’s fine now. I think it’s going to be all right. They’ll take a look at it tomorrow.”

Brown sustained a cut on his left hand upon picking up a glass vase he shattered last week. This ultimately required him to receive five stitches and sit down for the last two games of the C’s in the regular season.

The All-Star admitted that he experienced hardships upon reaggravating the injury, noting that he had six costly turnovers that went a team-high for Boston.

“It’s a constant adjustment,” Brown said. “Making sure I get a good grip on the ball. 

“I had six turnovers tonight so I’ve definitely gotta clean that up. That’s really it.”

Celtics fans are certainly hopeful that Brown’s consultation of his finger won’t generate much negative assessment, as Boston will look to seal a 2-0 series lead over Atlanta on Tuesday.