“I need you to be up”: Jaylen Brown calls on Celtics fans to ignite the atmosphere for NBA elimination game 7 vs 76ers

Boston Celtics player Jaylen Brown has called on Celtics fans to bring their A-game to TD Garden for Game 7 of their Eastern Conference semi-finals series against the Philadelphia 76ers. Brown’s plea comes after the Celtics secured a crucial 95-86 victory over the 76ers in Game 6 on Thursday, setting up a winner-takes-all Game 7 on their home court.

Speaking after the game, Brown emphasized the importance of the fans’ energy and how it has been lacking so far in the playoffs. He urged Celtics fans to come out in full force, whether they are attending the game in person or watching from home. Brown wants every Celtics fan to bring their maximum energy and support to help the team secure a victory.

“I need you to be up, I need you to come with the energy because we’re gonna need every bit of it. No excuses, we need everybody. So, I’m calling you guys out. Let’s make sure the Garden is ready to go,” Brown said.

The Celtics star also acknowledged that the energy in the Garden has been average at best, but he hopes that Game 7 will be different. Brown is expecting a great basketball environment and is looking forward to seeing the fans there.

With the series on the line, Brown’s plea to the Celtics faithful is a call to arms for all fans to rally behind their team. The Celtics will need every bit of support they can get to overcome a tough 76ers side and secure a place in the Eastern Conference Finals. Fans can watch the game on Sunday and join Brown in bringing their energy to TD Garden to help the Celtics seal a memorable victory.

“Resilient Tatum leads Celtics to Game 7 with clutch fourth-quarter performance”

Despite struggling offensively through the first three quarters, Jayson Tatum led the Boston Celtics to a 95-86 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference semi-finals. Tatum scored just three points on 7.7% shooting before exploding for 16 points in the final period, including two critical three-pointers that helped secure the win.

Following the game, Tatum expressed confidence in his abilities, stating that he is one of the best basketball players in the world. He credited his teammates for holding it down while he struggled and expressed a desire to come out stronger in Game 7.

With a playoff average of 26.3 points, 10.4 rebounds, 5.2 assists, 1.0 steals, 1.3 blocks, and 3.0 three-pointers per game on 43.5% shooting, Tatum has been a force throughout the playoffs. As the Celtics prepare to face the 76ers in a decisive Game 7 on their home court, Tatum’s resilient performance in Game 6 has undoubtedly given his team a boost of confidence.


Leave a Comment