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Brown helped the Celtics secure a close victory against the Magic with an outstanding fourth-quarter performance that saw him score 12 points and get his opponent off balance before finding an open man and finishing at the rim. Jayson Tatum led Boston with 51 points, but it was Brown who led them through an close victory - scoring 26 points, 10 rebounds and three assists while playing 39 minutes. 1. Against the Lakers Brown bounced back strongly from an underwhelming Game 2 performance against Miami Heat by scoring 47 points - including hitting an important free throw with four seconds remaining in overtime to help seal Boston's victory. His performance was exactly what was needed and showcased why he is one of the premier young guards in the league. Brown made an immediate impactful statement in just his fourth career playoff game, scoring big numbers against an NBA powerhouse like Brooklyn Nets on Friday night to help the Celtics defeat them 123-113 in overtime and set an NBA record with his combined total of 77 points alongside teammate Jayson Tatum; it marked 27 times they both exceeded 25 points during one game for each player; something not done since 1979! On Saturday night at TD Garden, the Celtics were hoping to break a season-worst losing streak when they faced off against Los Angeles Lakers without key player Lonzo Ball and Draymond Green, but Brown decided to increase his production and pour in 50 points on 19-of-29 shooting during an overtime victory for his team 116-111 over Lakers. Brown delivered one of his finest performances ever in this game and set several franchise records: points in a quarter, total points by a Celtics rookie and most points scored overall by any rookie in one game. It also marked only his third time over 40 points since joining Boston: 8 3-pointers hit and only two free throws were missed while only committing two turnovers and collecting three rebounds! 2. Against the Heat Brown has been one of the Celtics' most reliable scorers during these playoffs and was instrumental in their 115-103 win against Miami on Tuesday. He scored 24 points (9-16 FG, 3-6 3Pt and 3-8 Free Throw), six rebounds, two assists and 34 minutes total in his performance against them this year alone; his average scoring against them this season stands at 25.3 PPG while scoring at least 20 in eight of nine of their appearances against them in his history. On Sunday night against Orlando Magic at home, Boston looked like they would suffer an embarrassing defeat before Jaylen Brown delivered an inspired performance that propelled them back from 14 points down and won in overtime by outshouting their opponent 116-111. Brown's inspired effort helped carry them through some of their toughest struggles. Though his first quarter scoring wasn't stellar, Brown turned it up a notch in the second with 15 points and continued his dominance throughout the game, scoring 19 more before halftime and 13 more postbreak before becoming the first NBA player ever to reach 40 without missing any 2-point shots in just 3 quarters! Brown made an explosive run in the fourth quarter to set his career-high total in a postseason game, scoring 21 points to tie his own franchise record and join Larry Bird, Jayson Tatum and Kevin McHale on that prestigious list of three-point shooters who made three in a playoff game by scoring 21 total. 3. Against the Magic After consecutive losses against Orlando Magic, one of the lowest-tier teams, on Saturday and Sunday nights, the Boston Celtics needed something big on Sunday to break through and defeat them at home. That someone was Brown: the wing scored 50 points and guided his team to an overtime 116-111 home win! At first, it appeared the Celtics would suffer an embarrassing defeat as Orlando out-hustled them on both ends of the court and made quick runs towards their basket. Yet Brown kept his cool and scored 21 points in just the fourth quarter alone while shooting 19-of-29 from the field and 5-of-10 from deep to grab 11 rebounds as well. He nearly single-handedly led the Celtics to an exciting win. In the last minute of regulation, he drove hard to the basket and hit two free throws to force overtime; later in OT he finished off an outstanding performance by recording his second career 50-point game en route to leading them to an important win. Brown addressed the media after the game to discuss his stellar effort. When asked by reporters how he managed to overcome Orlando's physicality, he explained how he has learned to embrace playing against teams that physically overpower him and play their best regardless of how others may perform against them. Since his rookie season, he has definitely come a long way; now established himself as an elite performer within a squad slowly finding its way. We'll see if Brown can continue leading them towards victory! 4. Against the Clippers Boston Celtics wing Terry Rozier has quickly emerged as one of the premier offensive players in NBA. Already scoring more than 30 points twice within just his first year playing professionally and becoming one of the youngest ever to do so twice! Additionally, he is among their playoff leading scorers, contributing greatly towards reaching Eastern Conference Finals. At Boston's Game 4 victory against the Clippers in Round Two of the playoffs, Georgia native Kyrie Irving once again emerged as an integral component. He scored 21 points in just the first quarter to set a new franchise record for scoring most points by any one Celtics player in any single quarter. And in Round 2, Irving hit three 3-pointers and one jumper for 25 total points by halftime! He didn't let up in the fourth quarter either, attacking each of the Clippers defenders on the court with relentless attacks that took down Luke Kennard with post fadeaways, battered Paul George at the rim, split Powell and Batum to create space for layups, as well as setting a ghost screen for Marcus Smart so he could hit an elbow jumper to seal victory and put an end to this contest. Brown was pivotal to ensuring the Celtics made history when the series was tied at two games each, leading them to victory with 27 points, nine rebounds, five assists, two steals, and one block in Game 3. His play propelled them forward for an historic run to the Finals for their first-ever trip ever. He scored 27 points while also collecting nine rebounds. Brown even proved effective defensively as well with two steals and blocks during this victory! 5. Against the Sixers As Boston entered Game 4 of their second-round playoff series with Philadelphia on Sunday afternoon, Jaylen Brown made it clear he would carry Boston's offensive load. Brown helped propel Boston to an outstanding start by scoring 12 points in the opening quarter and adding some more during the second as he set the tone for its potent offense. Brown would find it increasingly difficult to reach the basket as his usage rate declined throughout the game, only scoring one point in the fourth quarter and none at all in overtime due to difficulties finding any sort of rhythm on the court. As Boston fell behind by one point in the final minute, Brown wasn't afforded many scoring opportunities late. Marcus Smart twice attempted a three-point shot that fell short, costing them the opportunity to win in regulation mode and forcing an overtime period. On Tuesday night in Philadelphia, the Celtics will have another opportunity to take an insurmountable 3-1 lead over the 76ers when they visit. Brown will undoubtedly lead his team once more on an important road game; his ability to make clutch plays late has been crucial in their postseason success and must continue doing so to prevent elimination for his squad.