How Jaylen Brown, a star for the Celtics, Reacted When He Saw Terry Rozier

The Heat made a move on Tuesday that some believe should scare Boston while the Celtics were in Miami.


In a trade with the Hornets that sent the aging Kyle Lowry and a potential first-round pick to Charlotte, the Heat acquired former Celtics player Terry Rozier.


With a club that has participated in three of the previous four Eastern Conference finals, Rozier will now attempt to fit in at the midseason. Jaylen Brown, a top player for the Boston Celtics, thinks the 29-year-old sparkplug will have little to no issue adjusting.


Prior to Boston’s game against the Heat on Thursday, Brown told reporters on Wednesday, “I think it makes sense,” according to Brian Robb of MassLive. As Terry is already a Miami native, I believe it made perfect sense. I’m glad for him because it seems to accord with what their culture stands for.


Brown is aware of what Rozier can offer the Heat. The two played for the Celtics for three seasons before Rozier was traded in July 2019 in exchange for Kemba Walker by the Hornets.


Rozier, who is currently in his seventh NBA season, is enjoying his finest year to date. In addition to scoring a career-high 23.2 points and dishing out 6.6 assists per game, he is also pulling down 3.9 rebounds. In addition, his career-best shooting percentage of 45.9% is achieved from the field.


As Rozier moves from being a bottom-of-the-league player with the Hornets to a starting point with Jimmy Butler, Tyler Herro, and Bam Adebayo, his output is probably going to decrease a little bit. However, that doesn’t mean his influence will decrease.


“I firmly believe that they improve,” Brown remarked. Terry’s athleticism, playoff experience, and other attributes make him a perfect fit, in my opinion. Strong, aggressive, physically fit, with that kind of mentality and playoff experience—I believe he fits all of that.


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