After missing five games due to a hamstring injury, the Boston Celtics announced the superstar Jaylen Brown will be back in the woods when the Milwaukee Bucks come to play at TD Garden on Monday.
#NEBHInjuryReport Update: Jaylen Brown will be available to play tomorrow, according to coach Udoka. “You can see the boom is back… And he feels good after training.”
– Boston Celtics (@celtics) December 12, 2021
Brown’s return comes in time for the Celtics’ trip away from home, where they play 15 of the next 20 games. According to Celtics head coach Ime Udoka, Jaylen Brown appears to have returned to the “boom” he lost when he returned in November. Following the closure, the priority was to make sure that the hamstrings were protected. full recovery in the long run.
Brown spoke to the media about what happened the first time and why he feels better this time. via Boston.com.
“I think I came back maybe a little early because I’m not myself,” Brown said on Boston.com. “And the hamstrings are a bit tricky, so we just took our time figuring it out. The organization and the medical staff communicated well and we figured that out.”
“I think just over time, the body just naturally heals itself at the rate it wants,” he says. “I wish it was a little faster, or a little faster, but it’s not. But moving forward in the right direction right now. I am grateful that my body is agreeing with me.”
Here are some videos of Jaylen Brown playing basketball with Payton Pritchard, in case you’re interested: pic.twitter.com/pnYq5Ohkas
– Jay King (@ByJayKing) December 12, 2021
Boston fans can watch Jaylen Brown’s return on Monday night against the Milwaukee Bucks at 7:30 p.m.
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