Jayson Tatum Climbs to the Top With The Celtics Victory
As the final buzzer ring of Game 7 for the Raptor and the Celtics. The Celtics took the Victory once again. Jayson Tatum being a man of not many words, cheer with his arms in the air with a triumphant victory.
He would finish the game with a fourth straight double-double, of 29 points and 12 rebounds. But Tatum isn’t a selfish player at all; he involved his teammates, collecting seven assists in the game. Tatum was all over the court utilizing his skills to win the game. He even grabbed a last-second offensive rebound off Grant Williams missed free throw.
Tatum put on a show last night, becoming the second-youngest player to have 25 points, ten rebounds, and five assists in a Game 7 playoff game. And the only person that ever did that was the late great Kobe Bryant, who happens to be Tatum’s idol.
Jayson Channels Kobe
It was only right for Tatum to lead the Celtics to the Eastern Conference finals by accomplishing something so great that heightens the connectivity he has with Kobe Bryant. Kobe’s legacy means a lot to Tatum. Of course, there will never be another Kobe Bryant. But Tatum has studied Bryant and intends to be just as determined to the game just like Bryant.
Miami Up Next
Game 7 showed that Tatum’s skills keep improving by the minute. Tatum wants it, and you can see it in the way he plays. Boston is hungry. With this hunger, They could make it all the to the NBA Finals. Only time can tell. Can’t wait to see how they are going to face Miami. (Raptors, Heat Front Runners For Giannis?). The Boston Celtics have a spark going; hopefully, it won’t die out by the time Boston faces Miami. Jayson Tatum is the captain of this Celtics ship. The real question is how hungry Miami will be.