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Breaking News: Jaylen Brown Could Seek A Trade If Things Do Not Improve

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The Boston Celtics could potentially be trading Jaylen Brown this offseason if things do not improve.

Steve Bulpett, a reporter from Heavy.com said that multiple sources have told him, “absent the team getting its act together and playing more to its potential, Brown could be the one to acknowledge that the mix isn’t right and seek a move.”

The Celtics stand at 28-25 which is 9th in the Eastern Conference right now.

Opposing teams are aware that they would have to give up a lot for Brown. Teams have been calling on Brown though to get some information about the situation arising in Boston.

Over the years, Brown’s mentality has been to just shoot the basketball because Jayson Tatum used to hold the basketball in an isolation situation. Isolation situations are defined as when a player holds the basketball and goes one on one with a defender from another team. An anonymous coach said, “But when it was going bad, it was really hard to watch. It seemed Brown was like feeding off Tatum holding it. Like Brown goes, ‘Ah screw it. Tatum’s held it three straight times. Now If I get the ball, I’m shooting no matter what. That just kills what you’re trying to do as a team. You can see what is happening, But if they can get it together and start playing the right way, I mean, no one denies the talent that’s there.

They are 5-1 in their last five games with a win over the Charlotte Hornets in their previous game.

Brown, the one-time All-Star, is averaging 24.2 points, 6.6 rebounds, and 3.1 assists while shooting 45.9 percent from the field and 35.7 percent from three-point territory.

As the team has been winning, this is what has been a reflection of how they hope to play as a team.

Unless the team gets it right, Brown could be on the move away from Boston.

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