Is Boston Celtics star wing Jaylen Brown a future Hall of Famer?

While he might not like his most recent ratings update in NBA 2K23, Boston Celtics star wing Jaylen Brown has had a very solid start to his career. If the Georgia native keeps working on his game while his Celtics start winning titles, Brown could build the case for a much more important assessment of an NBA career.

We are, of course, talking about the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, which, at least at present, the former Cal-Berkeley standout is not a realistic candidate for.

That doesn’t mean he never will be. In fact, he is well-positioned to make a run at it with the right kind of growth as a player and a winner.

The host of the “Locked On Celtics” podcast, John Karalis, and guest Tim Westerholm of recently broke down what needs 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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