BREAKING NEWS: The Boston celtics have announced the signing of another highly talented, high-profile superstar player from…

The ownership group of the Boston Celtics, Boston Basketball Partners L.L.C., declared a week after the club won the 2024 NBA championship that they planned to sell the majority of the team.

“The managing board of the ownership group expects to sell a majority interest in 2024 or early 2025, with the balance closing in 2028, and expects Wyc Grousbeck to remain as the Governor of the team until the second closing in 2028.”

The starting lineup of the Celtics is locked in for the long run, even though it is unclear who will own the team in the future. Superstar Jayson Tatum agreed to a five-year, $315 million supermax deal extension earlier this week. Similarly, contracts for Jaylen Brown, Derrick White, Jrue Holiday, and Kristaps Porzingis run until the 2026–2027 season.

Tatum was “shocked,” according to Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated, to hear that Wyc Grousbeck planned to sell his ownership of the Celtics. Tatum stated, “It’s a great thing that we built what we have, and I hope the foundation and structure don’t change.” I’m not interested in things changing.

Tatum will begin his ninth season with the Celtics the following season. The five-time All-Star led the team in postseason points (25), rebounds (9.7), and assists (6.3), and he was a crucial component of Boston’s recent championship run.

Leading his team in postseason scoring, rebounds, and assists, Tatum is the sixth player in league history to win an NBA title. Along with him are Hakeem Olajuwon, Tim Duncan, LeBron James, Nikola Jokic, and Larry Bird.

 

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