With the roster all set in stone, let’s talk about some of the free agents heading into next offseason. DISCLAIMER: This is solely based on the expectations heading into this season and how cap works in the offseason - Part 1: Jaylen Brown - Heading into his fourth year, Jaylen Brown is in his contract year. This means that he is hungry to prove his worth for a big contract. What I expect from him this season is to elevate his game to another level. He is a really good player. He loves it in Boston and hopefully this season doesn’t change anything. Jaylen Brown is expecting big money this summer. And depending on how Hayward handles his contract(whether he opts out for a team friendly deal), I wouldn’t mind paying JB around $20-23mil next offseason. But again, he needs to bring his game up to another level to deserve that money. But one thing that’s going to convince Ainge to give him that money is whether or not he can set his ego aside for the betterment of the team.
And THAT is how we make a run for it. Winning streak is 6 games, who cares if it took 16 innings? Won 13 of the last 15. We’re all alone in 3rd place in the West, just one game back of second place. And we’re just 2.5 games back in the Wild Card. #dontcallitacomeback#youscaredyet @sfgiants #thanksphillies#beatla
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