Playing significant minutes at power forward in Tatum’s place and even playing occasionally at center, Brown’s flexibility and intensity have been a needed injection. “I feel like I’m not a position player, I’m a basketball player. 4-3-2, whatever coach needs me to do, I will make the adjustment,” Brown said. “Obviously with Jayson out, there’s a little more opportunity and maybe it was a little more visible. But every time I take the floor, I want to be aggressive.”
September 29, 2020 | 4:04 pm EDT Update
Mike Trudell: Rajon Rondo credited his belief in himself and confidence to be able to come back and play despite 6 months or so off the court due to the hiatus and then his fractured thumb. He’s played at his highest level in 2 years w/LAL since Game 1 vs. Houston.