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Celtics Rumors: Jaylen Brown, BOS Communicate ‘All the Time’ amid Durant Trade Buzz

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While Jaylen Brown’s status with the Boston Celtics remains uncertain, leading office has reportedly remained transparent because they explore a trade for Kevin Durant.

Adam Himmelsbach of the Boston Globe reported president of basketball operations Brad Stevens and coach Ime Udoka stay in communication with Brown “at all times” to help keep him up to date with trade talks.

Brown can be reportedly knowledge of the Celtics’ pursuit, that is a tiny surprise given his subtweet of the problem last month.

Brown can be reportedly knowledge of the Celtics’ pursuit, that is a tiny surprise given his subtweet of the problem last month.

Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium reported the Celtics offered Brown, Derrick White and another draft pick in trade for Durant. The Nets countered by requesting Marcus Smart and multiple future draft picks alongside Brown, an offer Boston declined.

Kurt Helin of NBC Sports reported the Celtics are also resistant to stop center Robert Williams III, another potential defensive foundation.

Brown is definitely seen as the very best young star the Nets could acquire for Durant, who requested a trade in June. Durant recently reiterated his need to leave Brooklyn in a gathering with governor Joe Tsai, saying the team had a need to fire coach Steve Nash and general manager Sean Marks if Tsai wanted him to improve his mind.

Tsai taken care of immediately the report on Twitter, rendering it clear he previously no fascination with acquiescing to Durant’s demands.

Joe Tsai @joetsai1999

Our front office and coaching staff have my support. We shall make decisions in the very best interest of the Brooklyn Nets.

Brown is not any stranger to being on the trade block, having been bandied about in rumors for Anthony Davis and Kawhi Leonard during the past. It could be fair if Brown were just a little sick and tired of the constant speculation and wanted an exit of their own. Brown has 2 yrs remaining on his contract and probably won’t sign an extension before hitting free agency, given he’ll be eligible to create additional money if he allows his contract to expire.

Durant, in comparison, is under contract for four more seasons.

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