‘Facial fracture from colliding with Tatum’ Jaylen Brown “It won’t take long to return”
Jaylen Brown’s colon isn’t likely to lengthen.
Jaylen Brown of the Boston Celtics spoke about his physical condition in an interview before the 2022-2023 NBA regular season game against the Memphis Grizzlies held at TD Garden in Boston on the 13th (Korean time).
Brown, who has grown steadily since his NBA debut in the 2016-2017 season, was performing his best this season. He averaged 26.5 points, 7.0 rebounds and 3.2 토토사이트assists in 48 games, the highest scoring average since his debut, and was named to the All-Star roster for the second time in his career after last 2021. His and Jayson Tatum’s performances are the biggest driving force behind Boston leading the East Coast.
But an unexpected misfortune blocked Brown’s path. In the game against Philadelphia on the 9th, he ran forward looking only at the ball to catch an offensive rebound, and collided with teammate Tatum strongly. Diagnosed.
Brown’s exact return date has not yet been announced. He is worried about the second half, but it is impossible to guarantee participation in the All-Star Game to be held on the 20th.
However, Brown explained that his colon may not be as long as he feared.
“I’m still a little sick, but I’m much better than I was a few days ago,” Brown said. I should have fallen out, but I’m really glad I didn’t have to.”
Brown added, “I’m checking the injured area every day. It won’t take long before I return. I’m going to wear a mask for a while right after I go back to the court, but I think it will be a fun experience.”
Meanwhile, despite Brown’s absence, Boston won 4 straight victories by beating Memphis, an emerging powerhouse of the Western Conference, 119-109. With a record of 41 wins and 16 losses in the season, they also firmly maintained their spot at the top of the Eastern Conference. Boston will face Milwaukee without Brown on the 15th, which is on a 10-game winning streak and is in second place by 1.5 games.