Brown’s right adductor muscle injury… Scheduled to miss 1-2 weeks

Jaylen Brown (26) will not be able to play on the court for 1-2 weeks due to a right adductor muscle injury.

Boston coach Joe Mazzula said in an interview prior to the game against the Brooklyn Nets on the morning of the 13th (hereafter Korean time) that Brown would be absent.

When asked how long Brown will be out, Mazzula replied briefly, “Maybe a week or two.” Therefore, the extent of Brown’s injury does not appear to be serious. 먹튀검증

Previously, Brown recorded a season high with 41 points against the New Orleans Pelicans on the 12th. In an interview after the match, he confessed to reporters that he had a problem with his groin.

Brown, along with Tatum, took Boston to 30-12 this season to lead the Eastern Conference. He played 40 games this season and played an average of 35.5 minutes, averaging 27.2 points, 7.1 rebounds and 3.2 assists, with a field goal success rate of 49.8% (20.4 attempts) and a free throw success rate of 79.5% (5.5 attempts).

In particular, Brown is recording career highs in points, rebounds, field goal percentage, and free throw percentage and number of successful throws. Thanks to this performance, Brown was ranked fourth in the All-Star fan vote for two weeks in a row behind Kyrie Irving (Brooklyn), Donovan Mitchell (Cleveland Cavaliers) and James Harden (Philadelphia 76ers).

Meanwhile, Boston is likely to face them without Brown, from the Brooklyn match today (13th) to the Charlotte Hornets away, Golden State Warriors, Toronto Raptors (away), Orlando Magic (away), Miami Heat (away) and New York Knicks. .

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