Jaylen Brown Stats
- Height / Weight
- 78 / 223 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 10/24/1996 (25)
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Jaylen Brown News
Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown wants to remain with the team. Although the franchise enjoyed a trip to the NBA Finals with the 25-year-old on the roster, he could be traded if it meant landing Nets superstar Kevin Durant. Still, the C's aren't actively shopping Brown, so if a deal with Brooklyn doesn't come to fruition, he would almost be guaranteed to stay in Boston. It's clear Jayson Tatum is the primary offensive option for the Celtics. However, Brown has been fantastic over the years, averaging at least 20 points in each of the last three seasons. His statistical contributions may rise if he is dealt to Brooklyn, especially on the scoring end, even more so if Kyrie Irving is also moved. Yet, his health needs to improve regardless of who signs his checks moving ahead, as he has played 58 games or less in two of his previous three seasons.
Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown mentioned that he wants to stay with the organization despite trade rumors. The Celtics reportedly offered Brown, Derrick White, and a draft pick for Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets. Sadly for Boston, the Nets reportedly declined that trade and asked for more. Despite that, the Celtics arguably can put together the best trade package for Durant. It's worth noting that any trade for Durant would likely involve Brown. He recently refuted claims that he won't re-sign in Boston. It sounds like the 25-year-old wants to stay in Boston, but he might not get his wish.
Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown was reportedly included in a proposed trade package to Brooklyn for superstar forward Kevin Durant, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic. The C's also incorporated Derrick White and an undisclosed draft pick. However, the Nets declined the offer and requested Marcus Smart be added in White's place instead. Brown has been one of the league's up-and-coming players over the years, and he finished the 2021-22 campaign by averaging 23.6 points, 6.1 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.1 steals. Those numbers should increase if the 25-year-old moves away from Jayson Tatum and takes over a team of his own. But he'll need to figure out how to stay healthy, regardless of where he suits up, primarily since he logged less than 58 games in two of the last three seasons. His shooting from deep could also use some work. Still, Brown has plenty of untapped potential and has a chance of entering the MVP conversation at some point in his career.
Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown was a problem for the Golden State Warriors all night long during Thursday's Game 1 contest. The young guard finished with 24 points on 10-of-23 shooting with seven rebounds and five assists in the victory. Fellow teammate Jayson Tatum struggled heavily, but luckily Brown was able to pick up the slack. Brown also did a great job of keeping Klay Thompson in check. Both Brown and Al Horford played extremely well in this contest. The hope is that they'll continue to play well throughout the rest of the series.