With just over an hour left before the rookie extension deadline, the Celtics and Jaylen Brown were able to come to terms on a deal.
According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Brown has been extended for four years, to the tune of $115 million.
This comes hours after Buddy Hield and the Kings agreed to a four-year deal worth $84 million, with incentives that could lead to a $20 million bump.
Brown is the first Celtics player to agree to a rookie extension since Rajon Rondo in 2009.
Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports is reporting the deal does not contain a player or team option.