Jalen Brunson equals long standing Michael Jordan's record (2 Viewers)


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Jalen Brunson is lighting up the NBA playoffs. The standout guard delivered another stellar performance, leading the New York Knicks to a Game 1 win over the Indiana Pacers with 43 points.

This marked his fourth consecutive game with over 40 points in the postseason, a feat achieved by only a select few: Michael Jordan, Jerry West, and Bernard King. Brunson's scorching scoring streak has racked up 210 points in just five games, the most in that span since Michael Jordan did it in 1993. He also now holds the second-highest number of 40-point playoff games in Knicks history.

Here's a recap of Brunson's remarkable performances in the last four playoff games:
  • - 43 points, 6 assists
  • - 41 points, 12 assists
  • - 40 points, 6 assists
  • - 47 points, 10 assists

Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau had high praise for Brunson, emphasizing how crucial his contributions are to the team's success. "These aren't just empty stats; they're stats that make a real difference in winning," he said after the game.

The Knicks will host Game 2 against Indiana, and with Brunson in top form, the team has high hopes for another big win.

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