Brown contributed 18 points (6-12 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 3-4 FT), five rebounds, two assists, two steals, and one block in 31 minutes during Friday's 123-116 Game 3 loss to the Bucks.
Brown turned in a solid stat line, contributing across every category despite fouling out. He has reached double figures in scoring in five consecutive bouts while draining at least 50.0 percent of his field goal attempts in five of the last six. With Marcus Smart (oblique) still out, Brown can be expected to keep receiving fairly heavy minutes at least until Smart returns.
Brown totaled 16 points (5-12 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 6-7 FT), six rebounds and three assists over 33 minutes in the Celtics' loss to the Bucks on Tuesday.
Brown continued his solid play as a starter on Tuesday, finishing second on his team in scoring and chipping in some solid counting numbers. He's been on an offensive resurgence recently, averaging 17.8 points per game on 59.1 percent shooting from the floor and 50.0 percent from downtown in his last four contests.
Brown finished with 19 points (8-14 FG, 3-7 3Pt) and four rebounds across 36 minutes in the Celtics' win over the Bucks on Sunday.
Brown garnered his sixth consecutive start on Sunday, finishing with 19 points in the surprise win. In his five previous starts, Brown averaged 11.8 points, 6.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists, making him a flyer in daily formats for points. His fantasy value is limited primarily to scoring.
Brown ended with 23 points (8-9 FG, 4-5 3Pt, 3-7 FT), seven rebounds, one assist, and one block in 35 minutes during Friday's 104-96 victory over the Pacers,
Brown was excellent once again Friday, leading the Celtics with 23 points on an impressive 8-of-9 shooting. It was certainly a far more aggressive performance from Brown who had just six points in his previous outing. The Celtics are now one win away from advancing to the second round of the playoffs with Game 4 to be held, once again, in Indianapolis on Sunday.
Brown posted six points (3-6 FG, 0-2 3Pt), nine rebounds, and one assist across 27 minutes in Wednesday's 99-91 Game 2 win over the Pacers.
Brown once again started with Marcus Smart (oblique) sidelined. He played a complimentary role to Kyrie Irving and Jayson Tatum, who combined for 63 points. Brown contributed solid defense and executed a perfect drive-and-dish to Tatum for a clutch near end-of-game three. Brown and his teammates now take a 2-0 lead to Friday's game in Indianapolis. Expect Brown to once again see 25-28 minutes of floor time.
Brown is in the starting lineup for Sunday's playoff contest against Indiana, Abby Chin of NBC Sports Boston reports.
Brown will reportedly enter the starting rotation Sunday in place of the injured Marcus Smart who will be out for an extended period of time with an oblique injury.
Brown scored 15 points (6-13 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-4 FT) and collected three rebounds along with two assists and three steals over 18 minutes Tuesday against the Wizards.
Brown had been dealing with a back injury at the beginning of April, but he's now played in back-to-back contests without issue and appears to be ready to play a key role off the bench in the postseason. However, if Marcus Smart (oblique) fails to return in time, Brown would likely join the starting five.
Brown is starting Tuesday night against Washington.
Brown was cleared to play earlier in the day and will enter the starting lineup with Marcus Smart (oblique) out of the mix. Brown's last start dates back to Mar. 11 against the Clippers, when he poured in 22 points over 31 minutes.
Brown (back) will be available for Tuesday's game against Washington.
Brown has been slowed by a sore back for the last week, but he was able to play in Sunday's loss to Orlando, and he'll be on the floor Tuesday as the Celtics wrap the regular season. With a number of other regulars sitting out, Brown will have a chance at extended minutes.
Brown (back) is probable for Tuesday's game against the Wizards, Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston reports.
Brown logged 26 minutes and scored 13 points in Sunday's matchup with Orlando, so his back didn't appear to be an issue. He's likely been added to the injury list simply as a precaution and should be one of the few Boston rotation players who actually take the court Tuesday.
Brown will be available to play Sunday against the Magic, Jay King of The Athletic reports. He'll face an unspecified minutes restriction.
Earlier in the weekend, it sounded as though Brown would miss a fourth straight game, but he's apparently made significant progress in the last 24 hours and will be held to a minutes limit off the bench, per John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Brown (back) is expected to be available for Sunday's matchup with Orlando, A. Sherrod Blakely of NBC Sports Boston reports.
Stevens didn't directly address Brown's status, but he told the media that he expects to have his full roster available, which implies that Brown will be back after a three-game absence. Still consider the Cal product questionable for the time being, but he's significantly more likely to take the floor now than he was as of Saturday night.
Brown (back) is doubtful for Sunday's matchup against the Magic, Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston reports.
Back spasms will likely keep Brown on the sidelines for a fourth straight contest. Assuming he's out again, his next chance to play will be Tuesday against the Wizards -- the final game of the Celtics' regular season.
Brown (back) will not play in Friday's game against the Pacers.
A short time after Brown told reporters how much better he was feeling and how he was hopeful he would be able to play, the Celtics wasted no time ruling him out. The good news, however, is that it doesn't appear Brown's injury is too serious, and Boston likely just wants to ensure he is healthy for the start of the postseason.
Brown (back) could be available to play Friday against Indiana.
Originally listed as doubtful heading into Friday's contest, Brown apparently did some non-contact work, including one-on-one drills, Friday morning and felt fine afterwards, putting his status up in the air for the matchup against the Pacers. The California product will likely be a game-time call, though it's quite possible that Brown will suite up and play.
Brown (back) is doubtful Friday against the Pacers, Jay King of The Athletic reports.
Brown is dealing with back spasms, and he'll likely miss a third straight game as a result. Assuming that's the case, he'll have just two more opportunities to play before the conclusion of the regular season.
Brown (back) will not play Wednesday against Miami, Mark Murphy of the Boston Herald reports.
Brown was initially listed as doubtful, so this shouldn't come as much of a surprise. He's been dealing with back spasms of late, and the Celtics won't take any chances as the playoffs approach.
Brown (back) isn't expected to play Wednesday against Miami, Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston reports.
Brown appears likely to miss his second straight contest after being tagged as doubtful. Assuming he's sidelined, Gordon Hayward and Brad Wanamaker could see more run at shooting guard.
Brown (back) will not play Monday against Miami, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Brown was listed as questionable earlier in the day, and the Celtics will play it safe and hold him out as he deals with back spasms.
Brown is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Heat due to lower-back spasms, Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston reports.
Brown is a late addition to the injury report, so the Celtics will monitor his status throughout the afternoon and see how he feels during pregame. Brown played 32 minute in Saturday's loss to Brooklyn, his most in any game since early November.
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