News about the Celtics: Jaylen Brown’s appraisal of Boston’s incompleteness will worry the NBA.

Boston Celtics star Jaylen Brown believes his team is still going to get better even though they have the best record in the NBA

Even with two starters out and a terrible three-point shooting performance, the Boston Celtics defeated the Atlanta Hawks 113-103 on Sunday. With 34 points and 21 more from Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum led the way for the Boston Celtics, who improved to 13-4 on the year. Following the game, Brown discussed how the Celtics are still a work in progress despite having the best record in the NBA.

It’s a scary time for the NBA. It’s easy to forget that the Celtics underwent a lot of offseason adjustments with their abundance of talent. In the summer, they let go of Robert Williams, Grant Williams, Marcus Smart, Malcolm Brogdon, and Kristaps Porzingis and added Jrue Holiday.

Despite the personnel shift, it’s amazing how quickly Boston has come together.

Brown went on to say that their defense plays a major role in their success.

After three games, Atlanta averaged 145 points going into the match on Sunday night. Despite scoring just 27.7 percent from outside the arc, the Celtics managed to hold them to just 103 points on 40.9 percent shooting. Al Horford and Derrick White shot a combined 0-of-11 from three on Sunday, while Brown and Tatum combined for 7-of-20.

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