Jaylen Brown “lost his teeth” over Jayson Tatum’s unintended Christmas gift

Jaylen Brown “lost his teeth” over Jayson Tatum’s unintended Christmas gift

The collision between Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown during the Celtics vs. Bucks game accidentally took over the airwaves and became a hot topic of discussion on social media.

The morning of 26/12 Vietnam time is also the time when NBA series games on Christmas 2021 take place in the US (evening of 25/12, local time). In these 5 matches, the clash between the Boston Celtics Milwaukee Bucks received more or less attention from fans. Through 48 minutes of intense play, the Bucks were the ultimate winner by a score of 117-113. However, the situation that received the most attention and comments on social media was Jayson Tatum’s gift to Jaylen Brown.

The unintended collision of the 2 stars on the Celtic side came in the first half after attempts to scramble the ball came from both Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum with Giannis Antetokounmpo. In this situation, Jayson Tatum was unaware of Jaylen Brown behind and following the throwing momentum, his left elbow inadvertently nudged Jaylen Brown’s face behind him.

If you watch it again on the slow-motion clip, fans will probably assume that this situation is relatively mild and that there are probably no injuries affecting Jaylen Brown. But with the actual speed of the two collision situations, Jaylen Brown then signaled pain and had to go into the locker room for the medical team to treat.

By the time Jaylen Brown entered the locker room, Boston Celtíc head coach Ime Udoka said he saw a piece of tooth being picked up off the field by the floor staff. Jaylen Brown then returned to competition with his front tooth missing a piece. The ensuing close-up with a friendly smile from Jaylen Brown indeed made fans forget some of his brilliant performance with his teammates today.

Jaylen Brown mất răng vì món quà Giáng sinh ngoài ý muốn của Jayson Tatum - Hình 1

Fans focused on Jaylen Brown’s chipped front tooth and somewhat forgot about other developments throughout the game

Returning to the developments in the whole match, because it is in the early broadcast time frame, the possibility of fans in Vietnam watching is quite small. However, this was the most intense game in the 4-game series played this morning, and it’s no exaggeration to say that this is a spectacular flip-flop game that deserves to be included in the NBA’s Christmas history.

The Boston Celtics were a visiting team and had many personnel problems when they did not have full force, but it was the “Clover” who had the lead for most of the game. The 19-point difference was the largest gap the Celtics had created against the defending champions in this match. However, from the second half of the 3rd half onwards, things changed in favor of the Fiserv Forum team.

Jayson Tatum Elbow Chips Jaylen Brown's Tooth On Christmas 😬
Giannis Antetokounmpo continued to be the name that made an improbable comeback for the Milwaukee Bucks. He scored 36 points, 12 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 important blocking situations. And one of Giannis Antetokounmpo’s two block situations also drowned out the Boston Celtics’ efforts in today’s game.

Besides Ginnian Antetokounmpo, three other players scored over 15 points including Khris Middleton, Jrue Holiday and Bobby Portis. Today’s win not only shows the class of the Bucks but also helps them continue to maintain 3rd place in the Eastern standings with 22 wins and 13 losses.

As for the Boston Celtics, coach Ime Udoka may only blame himself for allowing the opponent to successfully bounce back. However, there is no denying that today’s match was one of the good days for the duo of Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum. Both had 25 points, contributing greatly to the Boston Celtics’ entire 48 minutes of play.

However, against a defending champion who is fully staffed and playing at home, the Boston Celtics’ defeat can still be temporarily accepted. The Boston Celtics are still in the safety group to participate in the Playin and only need 2 consecutive wins to rise to 6th place in the Eastern standings. The season still has 2/3 of the way ahead and coach Ime Udokaka’s army can fully squeeze into the Playoff group.

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