Jaylen Brown’s 5yr, $304M extension with Celtics was a ‘marriage of convenience’ | What’s Wright?

Jaylen Brown's 5yr, $304M extension with Celtics was a 'marriage of convenience' | What's Wright?

Jaylen Brown got the BAG, signing a five-year, $304M extension, which is the largest contract in NBA history. While the Boston Celtics previously had intentions to keep the Brown-Jayson Tatum duo, this offseason indicated that the odds of obtaining both were not realistic. Nick Wright reacts to Brown’s big deal, explaining what this shows about Boston and their true future plans regarding to the guard and roster.


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