Yesterday Duncan Robinson and the Miami Heat faced Jaylen Brown and the Boston Celtics in a rematch of the last two Eastern Conference finals. Of course, it was the Heat who won last year’s series against the Celtics and advanced to the NBA Finals, but on Sunday Boston got revenge by getting an away win on one of the toughest courts to win on in the entire NBA.
The game was very contentious when Brown and Robinson had a minor disagreement in the fourth quarter. Brown eventually threw Robinson to the floor, causing him to take a flagrant foul, meaning he was allowed to stay in the game.
– Vito Corleonie (@VCorleonie) February 11, 2024
After the game, Robinson talked about the incident, and it does not look like he and Brown will make up soon.
“I thought it was a dirty play, to be honest. That’s how people skip whole seasons … I thought it was dangerous, unnecessary and excessive.”, Robinson said according to Zachary Weinberger of ClutchPoints on X, the social media platform formerly called Twitter.
“I just thought it was a dirty play to be honest with you. That’s how people miss entire seasons… I thought it was dangerous, unnecessary, and excessive.”
Duncan Robinson on Jaylen Brown’s flagrant foul 🗣️
– ClutchPoints (@ClutchPoints) February 11, 2024
In short, a new rivalry seems to have begun between Duncan Robinson and Jaylen Brown.
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