Brown net worth
#7 | SG | BOSTON CELTICS
|2021-22 SEASON STATS|
|2021-22 SEASON STATS|
Jaylen Brown is one of the most versatile wing players in today’s NBA. He has become one of the core pieces of the Boston Celtics. Let us now look into his transcendence as an All-Star and Jaylen Brown’s net worth in 2021.
|Net Worth||$10 million|
Celebrity Net Worth estimates Jaylen Brown’s net worth in 2021 to be $10 million.
The 6’7 guard/forward out of Georgia was a five-star recruit out of high school. Brown was a part of the U18 USA team that won gold in the 2014 FIBA Americas Championship.
In 2015, he was named Georgia’s Mr. Basketball and was a McDonald’s All-American. In the same year, Brown committed to play basketball for the California Bears at the University of California, Berkeley.
After only one year of college ball, Jaylen Brown applied to be a part of the 2016 NBA Draft.
He was selected as the 3rd overall pick of the 2016 NBA Draft by the Boston Celtics. His rookie contract was worth $21 million for four years.
Brown had a productive rookie season as he helped the Celtics advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals. Unfortunately, they were ousted by LeBron James and Cleveland Cavaliers in five games.
He averaged 6.6 points and 2.8 rebounds in his maiden campaign, and he was named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team.
Jaylen Brown continued to improve year after year, increasing his averages and fine-tuning his game. In the first four years of his career, the Celtics made the Eastern Conference Finals three times.
Before the start of the 2019-2020 NBA season, Jaylen Brown signed a contract extension with the Boston Celtics. The deal was for four years and $106 million, it also includes up to $12 million in incentives.
Some of the conditions of incentives include playing 65 or more games, the Celtics winning 49 or more games and reaching the second round of the playoffs, winning MVP, DPOY, or being named to either of the All-NBA teams.
In just his fifth season in the NBA, Jaylen Brown was named to his first-ever All-Star nod as he was named as a reserve for the 2021 NBA All-Star Game.
He finished the season averaging a career-high 24.7 points and 3.4 assists, while also nabbing down 6 rebounds a game. Unfortunately, Brown’s career-best season ended abruptly due to a left wrist injury that needed surgery.
As of this writing, Spotrac estimates Jaylen Brown’s current earnings to be at $68,817,270. Once his contract is up, his earnings will total $123,995,842.
Jaylen Brown also signed with shoe brand Adidas before being drafted into the NBA. His deal is worth at least $1 million a year.
Jaylen Brown made the headlines even before being picked as the third overall selection. He declared for the NBA Draft without hiring an agent.
“When I first went through the process of looking for an agent, I met with 5-10 agents. A lot of them were incorporating services that I didn’t need.” said Brown in a Fansided article. “I learned so much by not having an agent and it was good for me. Everything I’ve built with my brand on the court or off the court, the stuff you see at Harvard, the education stuff, the fashion, MIT and the kids, I did that pretty much with my own two hands.”
However, before signing his recent contract extension, Brown eventually decided to hire agent Jason Gushon to help him in negotiating the deal.
Aside from his upward trend in becoming a legitimate NBA star, Jaylen Brown is also active off the court, voicing his concerns on different racial and societal issues.
In fact, some of his pre-draft criticisms said that he was “too smart” to play in the NBA.
“I am who I am. Take it or leave it,” Brown said in a 2016 The Undefeated article. “I’m not going to change my values and change my approach because someone feels uncomfortable. I am not going to be disrespectful or step on any toes. But I am going to be me.”
Despite everything, Brown continues to prove to everyone that he is one of the best two-way players in the league, all while using his platform to be the voice of many that are suffering from social and racial injustices.