NBA rumors: Boston Celtics would trade Jaylen Brown for Bradley Beal or Damian Lillard

There is no doubt that Jaylen Brown has improved over the past few seasons with the Boston Celtics, and his hard work has paid off as Brown secured his first All-Star appearance in the 2020-21 season. . Jaylen Brown has averaged 24.7 PPG, 6.0 RPG, and 3.4 APG this season, and those are certainly All-Star numbers.

While Jaylen Brown is an extremely valuable player for the Boston Celtics, it looks like there are still players who would convince the Boston Celtics to give up Brown. An article by Chris Leger relayed comments from NBA insider Chris Mannix, who recently suggested that the Boston Celtics would trade Jaylen Brown for Damian Lillard or Bradley Beal.

There are a few players out there that I think the Celtics would move for Jaylen Brown. One would be Bradley Beal, who has to make his own decision in the coming weeks if he wants to sign this extension with Washington. If he doesn’t, it is tantamount to a trade request and he may become available. And we all know at this point the relationship between Bradley Beal and Jayson Tatum.

The other is Damian Lillard. It is still very uncertain, the future of Lillard in Portland. If in the coming weeks the Blazers decide they need to trade Damian Lillard, I think Boston would be in a good enough position to make a solid offer that should include Jaylen Brown. So you’re not just moving him to shake things up, but if either of those two players becomes available, I think you need to look long and hard before trading Jaylen Brown.

Damian Lillard and Bradley Beal are both excellent goal scorers, and it’s easy to see the reasoning behind Jaylen Brown’s move if the goal is to make a win-now move and put another superstar alongside Jayson Tatum. . You’re not just moving an All-Star just to trade, but it looks like the Boston Celtics could potentially part ways with Brown if Lillard or Beal are in the trade.

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