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Boston Celtics | #7 | Guard-Forward

Jaylen

Brown

PPG

23.6

RPG

6.1

APG

3.5

PIE

13.5

HEIGHT

6'6" (1.98m)

WEIGHT

223lb (101kg)

COUNTRY

USA

LAST ATTENDED

California

AGE

25 years

BIRTHDATE

October 24, 1996

DRAFT

2016 R1 Pick 3

EXPERIENCE

6 Years

6'6" | 223lb | 25 years

DRAFT

2016 R1 Pick 3

BIRTHDATE

October 24, 1996

COUNTRY

USA

LAST ATTENDED

California

EXPERIENCE

6 Years

Player Bio

Jaylen Brown was born in Marietta, Georgia, to parents Marcelles and Mechalle Brown. He has one brother, Quenton. Brown's father Marcelles is a seven-foot-tall former professional boxer. In high school, Brown played at Wheeler High School in Marietta. He was a Consensus First-Team All-American and top-five national high school prospect. In 2014, Brown won a FIBA Americas Championship gold medal as part of the USA Basketball Men's U18 National Team. To spread positive energy throughout the community, Brown started The 7uice Foundation (www.the7uicefoundation.com). The organization "Is dedicated to positively affecting the lives of 'at risk' children and young adults through educational, athletic and social programs." Learn more by following Brown @fchwpo on Instagram and @FCHWPO on Twitter. Brown's mother calls Jaylen "Old Man" because he "moves slow and talks slow". Before being drafted by Boston, Jaylen Brown played for one year at the University of California. He averaged 14.6 points, 5.4 rebounds and 0.9 made three pointers per game on his way to Pac-12 Freshman of the Year and First-Team All-Pac-12 (10-man team) honors for the 2015-16 season. Brown started in all 34 games in which he appeared. He was also selected for the Pac-12 All-Freshman Team and USBWA All-American Freshman Team. Brown finished the season third in the Pac-12 in free-throw attempts and sixth in free throws made. Brown's scoring peak was 27 points, which he managed in a home game versus Richmond and a road matchup at Utah. He had four double-doubles and six 20-point games. The Cal Bears finished the season at 23-11, losing in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.