Celtics teammates attended Jaylen Brown’s ‘7uice’ store opening



“My guys have arrived.”

Celtics forward Jaylen Brown smiles during an interview. Mary Schwalm / AP Photo

As Jaylen Brown officially opened his “7uice” store in Boston’s Boston Harbor area, many of his Celtics teammates were there to show their support.

Among the players in attendance were Jayson Tatum (plus Deuce), Marcus Smart, Grant Williams, Dennis Schröder, Jabari Parker, Aaron Nesmith, Juwan Morgan, Theo Pinson and Sam Hauser, according to Forbes reporter Chris Grenham.

“It was surreal,” Brown said on Saturday. “My guys introduced themselves. We had a great opening… Just to have the support of your teammates and your extended family, I appreciate it and love you all.

Brown said he was looking for something more than profit by opening his store. He plans to give gifts to places of need and said those who pay for items will help others with the purchases they make.

The 7uice Foundation is dedicated to positively impacting the lives of children and young adults “at risk” through educational, sports and social programs. “7uice” sells items such as shirts, shorts, hats, bags, etc.

Here are some clips and photos from the day, via Grenham.

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