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NBA: Jayson Tatum, the “miserable” star of the Celtics, confesses his most hidden secret

Jayson Tatumthe great star of the Celticshas revealed that he played injured in the NBA Finals that Boston ended up losing against the Warriors.The


Jayson Tatumthe great star of the Celticshas revealed that he played injured in the NBA Finals that Boston ended up losing against the Warriors.

The Celtics forward explained in ‘Bleacher Report’ that “I played with a broken wrist for two months” and recognized that Nobody outside the Celtics knew anything. about your injury.

“In the playoffs there was a play against the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 3. Giannis Antetokounmpo fouled me in the crowd… I ended up getting a cortisone shot in my wrist that night,” Tatum told The Associated Press. taylor rooks about the most painful moment since he was injured.

About the consequences of the injury Jayson Tatum explained that “I have lost color in my hand because it kills fat cells and there is not much fat in my hand, so I have lost color right there. After each game, I had to wear a brace to shoot a basket and I would take it off before the cameras saw me.

Tatum’s depression after losing the NBA Finals against the Warriors

Jayson Tatum was honest about his feelings and emotions after losing the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors: “Three or four days after losing I felt miserable… and I really was.”

The three or four days after losing I felt miserable…and I really was

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“Losing was so hard because I literally gave everything I had. And feeling like I was out, I had nothing left to give, and we were so close…I had no appetite. I didn’t want to talk to anyone. I didn’t want to go anywhere.” side,” Tatum explained of his anmoco state after the loss.

I have no appetite. He didn’t want to talk to anyone. I didn’t want to go anywhere

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“It took me a while to get out of that mud and just enjoy my life, enjoy being around my son and my family,” the Celtics forward said.

It took me a while to get out of that mud and just enjoy my life, enjoy being around my son and my family.

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Despite his wrist injury Jayson Tatum managed to average 21.5 points, 6.8 rebounds and 7 assists in the NBA Finals.