Redemption Time For Jaylen Brown & Jayson Tatum As Boston Celtics Face Dallas Mavericks In NBA Finals

Both Jaylen Brown & Jayson Tatum will have their hands full when the Boston Celtics take on the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA Finals.
Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum in action

Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum in action

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An 18th NBA title will be at stake for the Boston Celtics when they take on the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA Finals. Boston will have the upper hand as the first game is set to be played on their home court TD Garden.
Both Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum have been pivotal to the success of Boston this season and the 17-time champions will be in their second finals in the last three seasons. Brown’s brilliant form earned him the NBA’s first $300 million contract while Tatum is also likely to attract a large figure in the offseason.
Both Brown and Tatum were part of the Boston team which proved to be a no-match for the Stephen Curry-led Golden State Warriors in the 2022 NBA finals. They now have emerged as a favourite against the Mavericks and both the players would be adamant to not take things for granted in the summit clash.
Ahead of the NBA finals, both players expressed their wish to make it right this time. Tatum said, “I hate that we had to go through it. I wish we would have won.
“But I’m a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. There’s a lesson to be learned in every situation.
“I do feel a lot different this time. I’m excited for the opportunity for us to get the job done. I told myself if I ever got the opportunity again to make it to the finals, never take it for granted. We’re here now and I’m excited to get ready to play and have fun.”
Brown said they will learn from the loss in 2022 and this Boston team has the core intact for the last few years.
“You learn and grow from your experiences.
“Two years later makes a pretty big difference.
“This is a special group. The core group has been here for a few years now. We’ve been able to go through experiences, having success but not having success at the same time.
“The ultimate goal is to get over the hump and win. I think that will add a lot to our legacy as a team, but as of right now, that story is still kind of untold.”
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