Boston Celtics Celebrate Thrilling Win Over Utah Jazz After Jaylen Brown's Buzzer Beating 3-Pointer
Boston Celtics Win The Thrilling Match Against The Utah Jazz With Point Guard Jaylen Brown's Buzzer Breaking Triple-Pointer
- Jaylen Brown's last moment's three-pointer helped the Boston Celtics win the thrilling match against Utah Jazz.
- It was Celtics fifth win on a streak.
- Celtics currently stands on the 2nd position of Eastern Conference of the national league.
He stole the game!!!
The thrilling last-second three-pointer from the Boston Celtics point guard Jaylen Brown lifted the Celtics to win the Wednesday's match against the Utah Jazz.
Brown's buzzer-beating triple gave Celtics a 97-94 victory over Utah, which was their fifth straight victory.
Sportscaster asked Brown what Jae Crowder said when he embraced him after the match, to which he said, ''He said that hurt him real bad. I said I wanted it to sting a little bit.''
Jaylen Brown on @Sportscenter on what Jae Crowder just said to him as the hugged at mid court: “He said that hurt him real bad. I said I wanted it to sting a little bit.”
— Jared Weiss (@JaredWeissNBA) March 29, 2018
Boston gave away 11 points to the Jazz within minutes and was six points behind by the end of the first quarter. They came up with a new strategy in the second quarter which seemed to work for them. They defended hard with Brown and Tatum attacking the opposite side.
With Brown and Tatum's performance, Boston took lead over Jazz in the second quarter and entered the break with a 48-39 advantage. The Jazz dominated Celtics in the third quarter with a pair of 3-pointers from Jae Crowder.
The Jazz seemed to take away the match from Celtics in the fourth quarter with as many as eight points lead, however, Boston's defense and a couple of triples by Rozier pulled the things back for them.
Utah just appeared to wind the clock down while the Celtics drew the gap closer. With Tatum's fabulous one-handed slam, Celtics tied the game and the Brown's heroic buzzer breaking 3-pointer sealed the game for them.
Brown finished the match with 21 points on 6-for-10 shooting while Tatum collected 16 vital points on 15 shots.
Celtics currently stands at 2nd position on the Eastern Conference of the National League behind Toronto Raptures. It will play against the Milwaukee Bucks on April 3 and against Chicago Bulls on 6th.