Words matter. These are the best Jaylen Brown Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I’m not trying to be different. To me, I’m just being myself.
More people care about LeBron James than some religious leader.
Athletes aren’t allowed to have an opinion. It’s tough. Athletes are evolving right in front of our eyes. You see athletes who are politicians, etc., and still, we’re told to shut up and dribble.
I hate taking pills. Like, I probably haven’t taken a pill in over 10 years.
I just think Trump’s character and some of his values makes him unfit to lead. For someone like him to be president and in charge of our troops? It’s scary, to be honest.
Sports and education, I think they overlap.
LeBron’s probably the best player in the world, so you just have to make it tough for him, make him take tough jump shots and things like that.
I’m not saying that players should go out and say random things, especially if they don’t know anything about it. But I think players do know more than people give them credit for. People do research, and people are entitled to their own opinions.
Before you can lead anybody else, you gotta put yourself in the right position to be successful.
I’m just going to keep working to show people what I can do.
I would go to games like I go to dinner. If I come and wear something crazy, I’m just trying to be myself.
I think it’s becoming cool to have mental toughness or to meditate. It’s a thing, but I don’t think people really understand the value of it.
I try not to think about the things I can’t control.
Why, when an athlete says something, why is it downplayed or considered not OK? I’ve always challenged that notion.
Everything is educational.
The chips fall into place, but the educational experience I had at Cal, second to none.
I’m not a guy that’s going to shoot 10 3s a game – I like to get to the basket. But some of those shots I do gotta take. Some of those shots I gotta let fly.
Jae Crowder, he’s like my big bro.
I really like black. I love wearing black, different aesthetics and shades. I like earth tones. Those are my go-tos.
Some people think racism has dissipated or no longer exists. But it’s hidden in more strategic places.
In life, if you stay quiet, you’ll get left behind. So I had to learn to be more vocal and outgoing.
The fans care about somebody who cares about them. It’s not all about somebody who can put the ball in the cup. I think that’s my calling.
So basketball has always taken me places that I could have never imagined.
I disagree that an athlete can’t be intelligent. Some people think that, in basketball, we have a bunch of masculine adults who don’t know how to control themselves. They’re feeble-minded and can’t engage or articulate ideas. That’s a narrative they keep trying to paint.
I want to understand everything so I can put myself in a position to be successful.
I don’t believe in holding your tongue, especially if it’s something you can directly benefit from or some people need to hear.
I’m just trying to be the best basketball player, the best student, the best son, friend, etcetera. I’m just trying to get better in every facet.
The way the NBA is going forward with versatility and everybody being able to play multiple positions, I’ll fit right in.
I just try to be respectful of everybody.
A lot of people didn’t know why I went to Cal. The Bay Area, Silicon Valley, I wanted to put myself in that position where I’m not only successful on the court but off the court.
I’ve taken thousands of shots in the corner. It’s all mental. That’s all it comes down to, is to be ready, wait for your opportunity, and execute.
I don’t want to come into a situation like the NBA and have to develop for two or three years. When I come in, I want to be a superstar.
Reading is looked at like it’s corny or lame, but you’d be surprised what you can find in a book.