It may have been a late night on the East Coast, but Jaylen Brown was still very much up.
The Celtics wing climbed the ladder and threw down an emphatic fourth-quarter dunk as Boston faced the Warriors in Golden State on Tuesday night.
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Brown started the play on the defensive end, coming away with a strip on Golden State’s Kelly Oubre Jr. Brown caught a pass in transition from Kemba Walker, and did the rest himself.
The sequence capped a 15-2 run for Boston during a three-minute stretch midway through the final period. It also helped the Celtics take a 106-96 lead just four minutes left in the game before capping off a 111-107 win.