Jaylen Brown talks turnovers, needs more attention
In the previous NBA regular season, the Orlando Magic defeated the Boston Celtics 95-92 by virtue of the excellent performance of the whole team, completing a double play against the opponent. In this game, Celtics star Jayson Tatum took a break, and Jaylen Brown led the team with a single core. Although he performed well on the offensive end, he made 5 turnovers, giving the Magic multiple opportunities to counterattack.
Recently, in an interview with the media, Brown talked about his many mistakes and said: “Now I need to work hard to control these things. Many referees are selective when they whistle for moves. They have what they want to target. Goal, there are many players who make these mistakes and they will not whistle too much. Personally, I think that as a referee, I need to remain neutral instead of doing this. Of course, I also need to control myself to minimize these mistakes I want to control my central foot and reduce walking mistakes.” Brown played 38 minutes and 52 seconds in this game, and hit 10 goals in 25 shots, including 2 of 10 three-pointers, 2 of 2 free throws, and 24 free throws. Points, 14 rebounds, 3 steals and 2 blocks.
After losing to the Magic, the Celtics suffered a two-game losing streak. The team’s record also came to 22 wins and 9 losses. Going back to the Finals will require a change.