Sometimes, a little time away from something can bring a renewed connection with it. That seems to be the case with star Boston Celtics wing Jaylen Brown, who has been playing some of the best basketball of his career since returning from a short absence due to a groin injury last month.
Back on the court with his adductor in better shape and some rest for his legs, the time off might have been just what the doctor ordered for Brown, even if the reason behind it is not exactly optimal.
Take a look at NESN's George Balekji in the video embedded below to hear what he has to say about how the Georgia native has been tearing it up since getting back to full health.
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