Is Boston Celtics star wing Jaylen Brown a future Hall of Famer?
While he might not like his most recent ratings update on the latest edition of NBA 2K, Boston Celtics star wing Jaylen Brown has had himself a very solid start to his career. If the Georgia native keeps working on his game while his Celtics start winning titles, Brown could conceivably find himself looking at making a much more important assessment of one’s NBA career look upon his body of work favorably.
We are of course talking about the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, which at least at present the Cal-Berkeley product is not a realistic candidate for.
That doesn’t mean he never will be, and in fact, is well-positioned to make a run at it with the right kind of growth from him as both a player and a winner.
The host of the “Locked On Celtics” podcast John Karalis and guest Tim Westerholm of Boston.com got together recently to break down what might need to happen to get Brown in the Hall.
Take a look at the clip embedded above to see what they think his career would need.
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