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Celtics Dominate: Jaylen Brown’s Message Ignites Game 3 Victory Over Cavs

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The Boston Celtics entered Game 3 of their Eastern Conference semifinals series against the Cleveland Cavaliers with a sense of urgency. After a disappointing Game 2 loss at home, they knew they had to bounce back. Jaylen Brown, one of the team’s key players, delivered a powerful message to his teammates before the crucial matchup.

According to ClutchPoints on Twitter [ClutchPoints tweet], it wasn’t just strategic adjustments; it was a pre-game message from Jaylen Brown that ignited a firestorm. Brown’s passionate words served as a wake-up call for his teammates, reminding them of their ultimate goal: a championship, not a vacation in Cleveland.

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Brown’s Pre-Game Motivation

 

“We’re not here to play around; we didn’t come to Cleveland for the weather,” Brown declared. His words resonated throughout the locker room, emphasizing the importance of unity and effort. Brown understood that talent alone wouldn’t secure victory; the team needed to be on the same page and give their all.

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Game 3: Celtics vs. Cavaliers

The Celtics wasted no time asserting themselves in Game 3. Both teams played with intensity from the opening tip. Donovan Mitchell and Jayson Tatum traded three-pointers, and the defensive battle was fierce. The first quarter saw 11 lead changes, with the Celtics holding a slim 30-28 lead

Second Quarter Surge

In the second quarter, the Celtics found their rhythm. Jrue Holiday and Sam Hauser connected, giving Boston a slight cushion. However, the Cavs, led by Mitchell’s efficient shooting, stayed within striking distance. Tensions flared between Tatum and Darius Garland, adding drama to the game. Despite elbow discomfort, Tatum closed out the half, and the Celtics led 57-48 at halftime.

Jaylen Brown’s Impact

Jaylen Brown stepped up when it mattered most. His 28-point performance was crucial for the Celtics. Brown shot an impressive 13-of-17 from the field, including 2-of-3 from beyond the arc. His relentless effort exemplified the team’s mindset: no playing around, no excuses. Brown’s leadership fueled the Celtics’ victory.

With a 2-1 series lead, the Celtics aim to extend their advantage in Game 4. The matchup in Cleveland promises more intensity, and the team remains focused. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:00 ET on TNT, and the Celtics are favored by 8.5 points. Can they continue their winning streak? We’ll find out soon.

 

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