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Jaylen Brown Sends Clear Message After Getting Booed In Cleveland

Jaylen Brown #7 of the Boston Celtics looks on against the Miami Heat during the first quarter in game six of the Eastern Conference Finals at Kaseya Center on May 27, 2023 in Miami, Florida. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.
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Boston Celtics star Jaylen Brown isn’t the most popular player outside of Massachusetts.

Often mocked and called overpaid and overrated, he’s also become public enemy No. 1 in Cleveland.

The highest-paid player in the league got into a bit of a scuffle with Cavaliers forward Max Strus, and the crowd really let him have it.

Despite being showered in boos, Brown finished the game on a high note, helping his team secure a 3-1 lead in the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

Then, when asked his thoughts about getting that kind of harsh treatment, he was pretty unbothered.

In his postgame presser, Brown claimed that he actually embraced it, so he was going to keep playing his game regardless (Via Celtics on NBC Sports Boston).

That’s what one would expect to hear from a bonafide player like him.

This is the NBA playoffs, and the outside noise shouldn’t matter at this point.

There has been a lot of talk about whether the Celtics can finally get over the hump, and plenty of people still have doubts about their ability to perform when it matters the most, mostly due to Brown’s and Jayson Tatum’s well-documented postseason meltdowns.

Also, given the kind of roster they’ve put together, it feels like not winning an NBA championship would be a massive underachievement.

Whatever the case, the players must focus on what they can control and nothing else, and there will be plenty of time to listen to talking heads and pundits after the season is over.

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