After months of talking between Jaylen Brown and the Boston Celtics about a extension, it looks like Brown will be staying in Boston for awhile. On Monday, Boston signed Brown to a four-year deal worth $115M. The deal does not include any team or player options.
Earlier today, we witnessed the Sacramento Kings re-sign Buddy Hield to a four-year deal for far less money.
Brown was set to become a restricted free agent after this season. With him emerging as a young piece for Boston, the team needed to lock him up long-term and that is exactly what they did.
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