Jaylen Brown is taking note of disrespect from Boston fans

Jaylen Brown and the Boston Celtics have been a match made in heaven so far. The Celtics risked Brown and selected him third overall in 2016 from UC-Berkeley. Since then, Brown’s potential has been fulfilled by earning All-Rookie and All-Star team selections and averaging 20+ points per game in each of the last three seasons. Celtics fans love Jaylen Brown and consider him a star. Or is it?

Brown’s recent online activity suggests he feels a degree of disrespect from the Boston fanbase following the team’s loss in the 2022 NBA Finals. The ever-observant NBA Twitter community noted a odd tweet that Brown liked:

This might or might not be a big deal. Controversy surrounding a player’s Liked Tweet arises at a constant rate, with little to no action or movement after the fact. Just because Brown doesn’t feel the love of the fans doesn’t mean he’s unhappy with his team or the Celtics organization.

However, he very well could be. It wouldn’t be the first time a player has used social media to foment rumors and gain a bargaining chip. Brown is under contract until the 2024 offseason. But in today’s NBA, that doesn’t mean much. Brown certainly has the talent and leverage to make a move if he wants to.

The Liked Tweet isn’t a surefire confirmation that Brown is unhappy with his situation. After all, he and his young group of teammates just made it to the NBA Finals and will likely be fighting for the title for years to come. Regardless, his recent online activity should at least concern Celtics fans.

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