Celtics Discuss Need to Keep Jaylen Brown Involved in Crunch-Time Offense

In the Celtics’ 107-97 loss in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, in crunch time defined as the last five minutes of a game within five points or less, the Warriors beat Boston 15-0. It’s the highest point difference in an NBA Finals game in the past 25 seasons, according to ESPN stats and info.

In that stretch, Golden State made 5/8 shots (62.5 percent). Conversely, the Celtics went 1/8 (12.5 percent). The visitors also beat the hosts 6-0 on points from the second chance and 4-0 in the suit.

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