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On Thursday, May 24, Jaylen Brown delivered a statement performance to help the Boston Celtics take a 2-0 lead in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals series after winning Game 2 against the Indiana Pacers 126-110. In the post-game interview, when the 27-year-old was asked about the All-NBA snub, he didn’t have the time to give a f***.

During the regular season, Jaylen Brown averaged 23 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 3.6 assists in 70 games, playing a key role in helping the Boston Celtics register a 64-18 record, the best in the 2023-24 regular season. Despite that, he was snubbed from the All-NBA before the Celtics took on the Pacers in Game 2 of the NBA East Finals series.

But, Jaylen Brown didn’t let the All-NBA snub affect him at the TD Garden, scoring 40 points with five rebounds and two assists in game two of the series. After turning over the early advantage that the Pacers had, he was instrumental in putting the Celtics in a commanding lead, following which they closed out the game comfortably in front of their home fans.

I don't have the time to give a f***: Jaylen Brown

During the post-match press conference, Jaylen Brown was asked whether the All-NBA snub motivated him to deliver a great performance on the night, he remarked, “No, I wouldn’t say that.” When the Boston Celtics star was pressed about his thoughts, he remarked, “I mean, we’re two games from the Finals, so honestly I don’t have the time to give a f***.”

Payton Pritchard said the following about the matter, “JB, that was a snub, for sure. I don't understand how you can be the No. 1 team by a wide margin and only have one dude on that. JB has been terrific all year. Two-way player. He deserved to be on there.”

Watch Jaylen Brown's nonchalant response to All-NBA snub: