Jaylen Brown might want to go out? The interest of jazz for J-Rich? Dissecting Rumors and Business Strategies with Adam Kaufman


With less than two weeks to go before the 2022 NBA trade deadline, Silly Season — that time of year when you can’t trust a trade rumor any further than you can throw it — has arrived. And with that, new reports that Jaylen Brown may want to leave the Boston Celtics if things don’t improve with the team moving forward, as well as whispers that the Utah Jazz (led by the former Celtics president Danny Ainge) might have eyes for Josh Richardson on the swap market.

How much stock should we put in such rumors? Is it important that the journalist has irreproachable good faith? What should the team’s front office take into account regarding the players they have now if the teams came to call? Are there any players Boston needs to buy before the Feb. 10 deadline?

So many questions and we might just be warming up with several staring contests between rival GMs who are already starting to put down more roots, so for this week’s CLNS Media “Celtics Lab” podcast, we’re joined by another CLNS alum. , Adam Kaufman, to talk about everything. Celtics and Trade Deadline.

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