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Jaylen Brown brought a hyperbaric sleep chamber to his hotel room in the Orlando bubble. He is looking to stay in top shape right from the start.
Brown will be expected to stay as fit as possible while playing for the Celtics in Orlando. Brown's hyperbaric sleep chamber really shows how he is in it to win it. The 23-year-old is having the best season of his career. Averaging 20.4 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 2.2 assists. Brown will be a key player for the Celtics, so him staying healthy will be key for a team that looks to be contenders.
Jaylen Brown (hamstring) is working out and he "looks healthy, looks good," per Celtics' President Danny Ainge.
“Jaylen’s been working out. He looks healthy, looks good,” Ainge said. "I’m confident that Kemba Walker and Jaylen are going to have a really good (remainder) of the year.” Brown missed the five previous games with a hamstring injury prior to the NBA being shutdown in March due to the Coronavirus pandemic. It was reported in April that Brown "wouldn't miss a beat" once the season resumed. The 23-year-old is healthy and fully recovered from his hamstring injury. Brown was having a career-year before the shutdown, averaging 20.4 points, 6.4 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 1.1 steals and 2.1 triples across 50 games.
Jaylen Brown (hamstring) "wouldn't miss a beat" if the season resumed, per his personal trainer Desmond Eastmond.
Brown (hamstring) missed the previous five games prior to the NBA being shutdown in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. “JB was already in great shape,” Eastmond said. “He eats well, the chef is there also. If they started back tomorrow, he wouldn’t miss a beat," Eastmond added. Brown appears to be fully healed from his hamstring and should be all systems go once the season starts up again. The 23-year-old forward was having a career-year before the shutdown, averaging 20.4 points, 6.4 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 1.1 steals and 2.1 triples across 50 games.
The Boston Celtics on Twitter have listed Jaylen Brown as out for Tuesday’s match-up with the Pacers due to a strained right hamstring.
Brown injured his hamstring in the final minutes of last Tuesday’s game with the Nets. He’s an important piece of the Celtics offense as he’s been averaging 20.4 points and 6.4 rebounds for the season. Monitor his status to see if Brown has a chance to return for the Celtics match-up with the Bucks on Thursday.
Jaylen Brown (hamstring) said he's felt better over the last couple of days and could retake the court early next week.
The Celtics had reported that Brown would be reevaluated in a week but this news means he'll now have at least of a chance of returning to action Tuesday in Indiana. Fantasy owners should keep an eye on updates regarding Brown.