Rumor has it that the Boston Celtics could lose Jaylen Brown and other players in the next NBA season. In light of this speculation, Jayson Tatum raised his voice and commented on how this is affecting the team.
It was undoubtedly a bitter pill to swallow, coming so close to breaking a 14-year-old NBA title drought, but it is undeniable that the Boston Celtics‘Season was good. players like Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum were pillars for it.
However, the Celtics could face a player exodus for the upcoming season that would undermine their chances and hopes for a definitive return to the NBA throne, according to multiple rumors circulating in the media.
Among those set to drop from the Boston Celtics are Jaylen Brown and Derrick White who, if they leave, will join the team on an interim basis Brooklyn Networks in exchange for Kevin Durant, would leave much of the team’s burden to Jayson Tatum. The shooting guard commented on whether or not he was concerned about the issue.
Tatum’s honest response to Brown and White exit rumours.
Jayson Tatum brought out his smarter side when speaking to him Justin Quinn for the Celtics Laboratory Podcast, he shared his philosophy on countering all the rumors about star teammates like Jaylen Brown leaving Boston for the upcoming NBA season.
“It always comes from an anonymous source, but it always does ESPN or Twitter or whatever and everyone sees it. So you never know what’s true and what’s not, but it gets people talking about it and I think that’s the idea. They got what they wanted out of the deal, people talking about it and speculating and this, that, and the third. Paying attention to everything you see on Twitter or on TV drives you crazy. I think that’s just something you have to learn to keep your own sanity and peace. They will say literally anything, and some of it might be true, and then there are other things that just couldn’t be further from the truth.‘ Tatum said.
No doubt the calm exuded by Jayson Tatum, established as the figurehead of the Boston Celtics, will permeate fans of the team, but particularly his teammates, who are confident they can always count on the talent despite important plays leaving or new ones like and star poise as a three-time NBA All-Star.