Jaylen Brown bemoans Boston traffic in hilarious tweet

Jaylen Brown bemoans Boston traffic in hilarious tweet

Boston is known for many things, but an easy commute isn’t one of them. In fact, according to a recent report, the Hub has the fourth worst traffic in the entire world, behind only London, Paris, and Chicago.

Bostonians may have come to expect traffic delays after years of enduring the Big Dig, combustible public transit, and incomprehensible road patterns. But that doesn’t mean the city’s messy traffic patterns are particularly welcome. Boston Celtics star Jaylen Brown found himself caught in Boston’s notorious traffic ahead of Thursday’s game against the visiting Golden State Warriors, taking to Twitter to claim he was commuting for almost two hours to get to the game.

Members of the Warriors, including Golden State head coach Steve Kerr, were also delayed because of the city’s traffic.

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