‘Brown-Tatum 62-point collaboration’ Boston, 1 win left to advance to 2R

Boston, led by Brown and Tatum, was powerful.

The Boston Celtics won 129-121 in a game against the Atlanta Hawks in Game 4 of the 1st round of the 2023 NBA Playoffs held at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on the 24th. After losing Game 3, Boston immediately succeeded in counterattacking and took a 3-1 lead in the series.

The one-two punch of Jayson Tatum (31 points, 7 rebounds) and Jaylen Brown (31 points, 4 rebounds) made a big success. And Marcus Smart (19 points, 4 assists) and Derek White (18 points, 2 assists) also contributed to the victory by adding strength.

On the other hand, in Atlanta, 온라인카지노Trae Young was very active with 35 points and 15 assists, Dijonte Murray also played 20 points and 9 rebounds, and DeAndre Hunter also played an active role with 27 points and 7 rebounds, but it was not enough.

Boston’s firepower exploded from the start of the game. Tatum and White’s performance was dazzling. The two players went in and out and broke Atlanta’s defense to score. The space created by the two players was effectively used by other Boston players. In the first quarter, Tatum scored 11 points and White scored 10 points. 35-25, it was the first quarter in which Boston took the lead.

A similar trend unfolded in the second quarter. As Tatum took a break, White and Brown came to the fore. White aggressively attacked in the second quarter, and Brown scored quickly, his specialty. Boston’s flow was okay, but Young started a counterattack.

After breaking through, Young continued to create a no-mark 3-point shot opportunity with a kickout pass, and Hunter and John Collins succeeded it, narrowing the score gap. The score gap was reduced to 4 points, but at the end of the second quarter, Brown’s quick break and Smart’s 3-point shot succeeded and widened again. The half ended with Boston leading 65-53.

In the third quarter, Atlanta’s pursuit began. Murray and Hunter’s scoring bombardment unfolded. Murray actively attacked the midrange and scored, and Hunter was literally all over the place. He led Atlanta in three-pointers and goals scored behind the basket. In the first half of Boston, Brown, who had been quiet, played an active role and did not allow a turnaround. 92-87, Boston finished the third quarter with a chase.

It was the same in the 4th quarter. Atlanta caught the flow and chased Boston, but failed to come back. Every time Atlanta chased, Tatum and Brown took turns making shots and pouring cold water on them. The 10-point difference did not decrease until the end of the game. Tatum and Brown worked throughout the second half to keep Boston’s lead.

Game 5, which could be the final match of the series, will be held on the 26th at TD Garden in Boston.

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