“Either looks like a consensus Top 5 guy or is just invisible”

Fox Sports analyst Nick Wright did not decline to comment when discussing Jayson Tatum’s poor performance in Game 3 of Saturday’s NBA Eastern Conference finals. The Miami Heat won 109-103 against the Boston Celtics.

Tatum scored 10 points, six rebounds and four assists while making six turns. He fired a small shot 3 out of 14 from the floor, including one out of 7 from a 3-point range.

The 3-time NBA All-Star, on the other hand, has had a solid run, as he averaged 28.2 points per game with 45% shooting ahead of Saturday’s game against the Heat.

Wright called Tatum for his inconsistent performance, tweet:

“Jayson Tatum substituted from trying to grab Gianni’s DJ privileges at #ClubSuperstar and was more outright disqualified than any other player in the tournament. Seems like a consensual Top 5 guy or just invincible. figure, not in the middle.”

Official disclosure of @ FTFonFS1 & @purehoop‘s Club Superstar. Who joins (capacity 12): GiannisLeBronLukaKDStephCP3EmbiidJaJokicTatumKawhiDame Queuing, for people to leave (1 in, 1 out policy): BookerTraeJimmyAnt ManKicked out: AD

Wright posted a ‘Club Superstar’ gimmick and listed players of this type in the NBA. The likes of LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Giannis Antetokounmpo have cemented their place in his club.

However, there is another category of stars who regularly enter and exit the club. Wright included Jayson Tatum in that quote.

Tatum played as a top-year player in the NBA while he was in the region. However, he has struggled to make in-game adjustments whenever he has nights off.

Tonight’s Jayson Tatum: 10 PTS4 AST6 TOV3-14 FG1-7 3PHe has more rotations than shooting or assists.

Boston Celtics beat 2-1 in NBA Eastern Conference Finals against Miami Heat

The Boston Celtics lost game 3 of the 2022 NBA Playoffs Eastern Conference Finals to the Miami Heat at home on Saturday. The Celtics were unable to match the intensity of the Heat, losing to a 109-103 draw.

It was a golden opportunity for Ime Udoka’s army to take advantage of their home field advantage and take a 2-1 lead in game 4, also at TD Garden.

The Heat took a 26-point lead midway through the first half, shooting efficiently from all three levels. Meanwhile, the Celtics struggled at both ends of the floor. The revenue is proven to be their kryptonite. They also don’t shoot well.

However, Boston came back strong towards the end of the second quarter, going 10-0 at halftime. They also came out aggressively in the third inning and shortened Miami’s advantage to just one point early in the fourth inning.

The Boston Celtics improved their defense and shot from long range but were unsuccessful in the second half. They doubled their lead on 11 goals from the first half, scoring 12 in the second, leading to 33 points for the Miami Heat.

Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum have combined for 13 of the 23 moves committed by the Celtics, helping Erik Spoelstra’s men stay at the top of the table.

Editing by Rachel Syiemlieh

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