It’s already been a busy summer for Jaylen Brown. He’s still recovering from wrist surgery back in May that knocked him out of the playoffs, but he’s found time to visit with President Barack Obama and this week, he appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live during ABC’s coverage of the NBA Finals.
As many observant fans have noted, it’s been nearly two months since the scapholunate reconstruction procedure and Brown is not wearing a cast or sleeve on his non-shooting wrist and all signs point to a healthy return for the All-Star in September for training camp.
After making his third attempt against Hell Hoop, Chime agreed to donate $25,000 to Brown’s 7uice Foundation which “is dedicated to positively affecting the lives of ‘at risk’ children and young adults through educational, athletic and social programs. It is (their) belief that education and healthy living in a collaborative environment is vital to the development and growth of children and young adults.”
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