Jalen Brunson delivers the best performance of his career

The bright lights are afraid of Jalen Brunson as, once again, he had an incredible performance in an attempt to lead the Knicks to victory. Brunson scored 61 points and six assists with a 24-point third quarter. A 21-point, six-assist first half showed signs of a historic night, and Brunson didn’t disappoint.

The performance of Brunson’s teammates on this occasion insisted that he was the prime mover in attack. San Antonio entered halftime with a 17-point lead, and reached a 21-point lead in the second quarter. By the end of the third, Brunson had New York back within three. However, NBA.com’s MVP rankings dropped before games, and Brunson didn’t even crack the top 10.

Ticking all the boxes while cultivating a re-established winning culture within the New York Knicks, Jalen Brunson’s lack of recognition is a harbinger of the art of attrition, transforming from undesirable to undeniable. There was outrage when he wasn’t voted an All-Star starter, and Brunson handled it well in the media while raising his level of play on the field.

Over the last ten games, Jalen Brunson has averaged 31 points per game, leading New York to a 7-3 record this month. The Knicks lost this game not because of Brunson, as he etched himself into New York’s records with the second-highest scoring game in franchise history.

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