Jaylen Brown fires warning to Warriors ahead of Game 6 of NBA Finals



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Jaylen Brown fires warning to Warriors ahead of Game 6 of NBA Finals

Jaylen Brown has stated that the Boston Celtics are "not scared" of the Golden State Warriors as they believe they can turn around the series and win the NBA Finals. On Thursday night in Boston, the Celtics will host the Warriors in a key Game 6.

The Celtics are 2-3 down to the Warriors and they enter Game 6 with a must-win mentality. "Everything has been a learning experience," Brown said. "We wear everything that we learned this year as a badge of honor that we kind of wear.

We don't let it hang over our heads. We bounce back. We've been able to respond well all year. We're looking forward to the challenge. We got to embrace it. Ain't no other way around it. Last game on our home floor to kind of embody our whole season.

We're looking to give it everything we got. We are not scared. We do not fear the Golden State Warriors. We want to come out and play the best version of basketball that we can. We know it's a good team over there. We know they've done it before.

But we have all the belief in ourselves. We're going to come out and leave it all out there. That's the whole intent."

The Celtics need Brown, Jayson Tatum to step up

The Celtics were also 2-3 down to the Milwaukee Bucks and Miami Heat but still managed to come back and win in seven games.

Now, the Celtics need to do the same versus the Warriors. Ahead of Game 6, Tatum was asked what makes the Celtics so resilient. "I think just how we respond," Tatum said. "It hasn't been easy. It's been extremely tough.

We've had some tough losses. Losing Game 5 against Milwaukee was extremely tough. Knowing we had to win two, go on the road. Losing Game 6 against the Heat was extremely tough. In those moments, we just responded. I don't know exactly what it is, but I think just our will to want to win, just trying to figure it out." It remains to be seen if the Celtics can win Game 6 and force a Game 7 in San Francisco.