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                     Brown is hoping for a comeback of star power.

Jaylen Brown grew up in a time when celebrities frequently competed in the dunk contest. The Celtics wing, who is now a seasoned All-Star, is optimistic that his choice to participate in the dunk contest this year will encourage the event to once again feature star power.

Brown is well aware that when he competes in the dunk contest next Saturday night in Indianapolis, he will be the first All-Star player to do so since Victor Oladipo in 2018.

Brown remarked, “I wish more elite athletes/players could have participated in the dunk competition.” “I love that, and I grew up watching it. So maybe that will turn around.

Having declined invitations to compete in the dunk contest in 2017 and 2021 during his rookie season,

Brown stated, “I may or may not use props.” “I have roughly six in the chamber or something, we’ll see which ones I choose, but you should definitely keep an eye out for JT to show up. You should definitely take advantage of the All-Star weekend and the enjoyable activities to develop and share some of that with your teammates. It will be enjoyable for sure if JT is available.
Having fun in the sun

Earlier this week, Trae Young and Scottie Barnes were selected to start in place of Joel Embiid and Julius Randle as the All-Star injury replacements, and Kristaps Porzingis was not. But the big man for the Celtics is not dissatisfied. He can now take a little vacation for himself during the

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