After the disastrous East Finals, Jaylen Brown speaks out on the future of the Celtics

With the setback to Jimmy Butler’s Miami Heat, Jayson Tatum and the Boston Celtics’ aspirations for the Banner 18 season were dashed in front of their eyes. Along with their disastrous defeat, offseason gossip was in full swing. Jaylen Brown’s future has been the darkest of anyone’s once the curtains closed.

But after the defeat, Brown addressed the media and clarified the rumors

“I expected to win today and move on. That’s what my focus was on. That’s what my focus has been on. We failed. I failed. And it’s hard to think about anything else right now, to be honest. I’m going to cross that bridge when we get there,” According to Jay King of The Athletic, when questioned about his future with the team, Brown said.

“It’s extremely important. He’s one of the best players in the league,”  On whether the Celtics should retain Brown in the long run, Tatum commented.

Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum have been members of this Celtics squad since their rookie seasons. In Boston’s system, they have both grown into All-NBA caliber performers. The two in Beantown are the best examples of brothers there are.

1 thought on “After the disastrous East Finals, Jaylen Brown speaks out on the future of the Celtics”

Leave a Reply