BRIGHTON - After an ugly 1-4 road trip, the Boston Celtics regrouped at the Auerbach Center for an afternoon practice before they welcome the Chicago Bulls to town on Wednesday. Celtics wing Jaylen Brown didn’t sound worried about the team’s struggles, saying that it’ll only get better following this past stretch.
“What we’ve just seen on the road, I think that’s the worst it will get,” said Brown. “I think what’s on the other end of this will be good, so we just have to continue to stay with it, keep fighting, and not lose hope, and continue to get better.”
Despite the positive attitude, Brown made it clear that it hasn’t been easy. “It’s been a rocky start to my third year,” said the 22-year-old. “I knew it coming in, I knew it after the first five games, it was going to be a struggle each and every day until we figure things out because we’re not playing as fluid as we can be playing.”
Listen to everything Brown had to say here: