Jaylen Brown's Torn Ligament Prevented Him from Playing For the Rest of the Season

Jaylen Brown's Torn Ligament Prevented Him from Playing For the Rest of the Season Photo: TT
Jaylen Brown limps off the court after colliding with a teammate during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Portland Trail Blazers, Sunday, May 2, 2021

It’s unfortunate when players are taking their time off the court due to an injury. As for the Celtics All-star forward player Jaylen Brown, he will be missing out on the rest of the season because of torn ligament in his left wrist. He is expected to have surgery later this week and he might need a longer rest.

Brown has almost missed three games due to a sprained right ankle, which he got from a collision with Jayson Tatum on May 2. With two out of three losses, the Celtics have only four games left to prove their worth to the semifinals.

Recently, the Boston Celtics have difficulties in winning games as some of their star players have been injured or have been getting extended time off the court due to the health and safety protocols against Covid-19. Brown’s absence for the rest of the season will make it difficult for the Celtics to proceed to the next round, especially their painful loss against Miami in the conference finals.

Brown has a recent average of 24.7 points, 3.4 assists, and 6 rebounds in 58 games. Other star-player Celtics have lost this season is Romeo Langford, as he was sidelined for six months and had missed more than 40 games. He also didn’t make it successfully for his season debut.

Brown doesn’t have any date of return yet for the Celtics, but everyone hoped that he could join again in the next season without any health complications.

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