Jaylen Brown is having a career-best season, named an All-Star for the second time.
Teammate Malcolm Brogdon believes Brown is the league's best shooting guard.
Brown dominated with 41 points in a game against the Spurs, stepping up when Jayson Tatum was out.
Brown has evolved and improved every year since joining the league.
He feels his style of play fits well with the Celtics' system, focusing on getting to the paint and midrange shots.
Brown has been willing to take on different roles and responsibilities during his time with the Celtics.
He takes pride in meeting any challenge with excitement and a team-first attitude.
Brown's scoring average ranks ninth in the league and he should get consideration for All-NBA teams.
Individual accolades don't matter as much to Brown as winning a championship with the Celtics.
His focus is on doing his job, whether that's scoring, defending, or rebounding.