Avg. 31 points’ beautiful loser NY Brunson “It’s very difficult”

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New York Knicks were unfortunately defeated 92-96 in Game 6 of the 2nd round of the 2023 NBA Playoffs against the Miami Heat on the 13th (Korean time). The series record is 2 wins and 4 losses. The season ended with a loss in Game 6.

Guard Jaylen Brunson, who was clearly reborn as New York’s ace through this playoff, said, “We have to acknowledge our opponent안전놀이터. It was never the eighth seed’s performance. can not believe it. I like the way we fought. I should have created a chance when I was two points behind, but I made a mistake in the last situation. This is an incomprehensible result. It is very difficult,” he blamed himself.

Brunson blamed himself, but the fans applauded him. He moved from Dallas to New York through the free agent market ahead of this season. Since his first year of transfer, he has been reborn as a decent first option, averaging 24 points and 6.2 assists in 68 games.

In the playoffs, his big success continued, especially in the second round against Miami, where he struggled with an average of 31 points and 6.3 assists. Miami coach Eric Spoelstra said, “How can that player not be an All-Star or All-NBA player?”

He said, “The interpretation of this season depends on the perspective. We have achieved great things. I wished I could continue playing basketball, but I failed. All of this is a learning experience. If you don’t win, it’s basketball’s order to lose in the end.”

Brunson perfectly adapted to New York during his first year of transfer. He too said, “I am very happy to be a part of this organization. The city of New York is an incredible place. The fans are fantastic too. It is a very happy experience for me and my family. I am already looking forward to the next season. It will be fun and there will be a lot to prove. He gave me confidence even when things looked bad. We will have to keep working hard, have confidence and unite,” he said, promising to struggle next season.

Brunson, who has been reborn as New York’s ace, is already looking forward to the next season.