After a rough performance in Game 1, Jaylen Brown bounced back emphatically at the start of Game 2.
He single-handedly outscored the Bucks early, 14-12, and made 5 of his 6 field goal attempts, including two from behind the arc. When Brown drilled a midrange jumper after Grayson Allen fell to his feet, the crowd went wild.
The move drew the admiration of LeBron James.
JB cooking!! And that was nasty 🤮🤮🤮— LeBron James (@KingJames) May 3, 2022