Payton Pritchard, Aaron Nesmith elected as Boston Celtics’ player representative, alternate in NBPA affairs

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The Boston Celtics have a pair of brand new representatives they have elected to represent the team in front of the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) — the elected union body which represents players in all things labor-related in the NBA — according to a recent tweet by the NBPA.

The tea already has two team members serving as vice presidents of the NBPA’s executive council in Jaylen Brown and Grant Williams, and now has Payton Pritchard and Aaron Nesmith serving as their NBPA player representative and alternate respectively. Well-represented in the player’s union, the duo of 2020 NBA draftees will act in the stead of all their teammates for all issues affecting Boston’s players and the league.

They were each voted into that position by their teammates, and along with the other 29 teams of the league’s player reps and alternates comprise the rank and file of that governing body.

No official statement has yet been released by the Celtics, but the team appears to be in good hands between Brown and Williams serving in an executive capacity and these two serving as the face of their team.

This post originally appeared on Celtics Wire. Follow us on Facebook!

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