Boston Celtics forward Jaylen Brown signed a contract extension Monday just a few hours before the 6 p.m. ET deadline, and details about the terms of the deal are starting to surface.
Brown's deal is now official, and the reported terms of the extension are $115 million over four years. The entire contract isn't guaranteed, however. The Athletic's Jay King reported there are $12 million in incentives as part of the contract.
Later on, Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes reported the specifics of Brown's incentives:
Haynes also reported Monday that Brown's new contract "does not contain a team option or player option."
The 22-year-old forward would have been a restricted free agent next summer if he and the C's didn't come to an agreement before Monday's deadline. It's the first rookie extension for a Celtics player since 2009 when Rajon Rondo inked a five-year contract.
Brown has averaged 11.2 points and four rebounds per game on 46.2 percent shooting and 36.5 percent from 3-point range over his first three seasons. He's also a very versatile defender with his 6-foot-7 frame and impressive strength.
The next young Celtics player set for a huge raise is Jayson Tatum, who will be eligible for a rookie extension after the 2019-20 season.
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