The basketball players of the Boston Celtics defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 121:113 at the Staples Center last night, and Jay Brown led them to victory with an outstanding performance.
The Celtics scorer averaged 24.3 points per game this season, shooting 39.7% from three-pointers and 48.6% from the field. Friday night was far above those averages.
Brown made 17 outstanding interceptions in 20 attempts and scored 40 points. This is something that even the best scorers of the famous Boston teams John Havelicek, Paul Pierce and Larry Bird cannot boast. the result of. With last night’s performance, Brown became the first player in Celtics history to score 40 points and average at least 85% from the field.
In Boston’s fifth game winning streak, he also got 9 rebounds.
For the Lakers, which still lack top players LeBron James and Anthony Davis, Talen Horton-Tucker scored the highest. He scored 19 points.