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Dear Jayson and Jaylen


      Dear Jayson and Jaylen, look at this year's NBA playoffs and Giannis as an example that loyalty and hard work can pay off. If you give your all to a franchise and they give back to you then you can achieve the ultimate glory on the hard wood. Look at how much that title in Milwaukee meant to those fans and that collective team. Ask any player from the Celtics what it means to win here - there is no better experience

     The culture of winning titles in Boston has been passed on from the 60s, 70s and 80s to the eventual 08 title team. There is a bond that is unbreakable when you win in Boston! Just ask KG or the Truth how much that title meant to them and the entire Celtics organization. Anything is Possible! 

     Look at the joy and exuberance that Giannis had by staying true to the team that drafted him. He didn't go and run away. He got down and dirty improved his game and dominated in the Finals. Look at Larry, Magic and MJ they all worked hard and climbed the mountain with the teams that drafted them. Jaylen and Jayson you both can do the same. Learn from his example not those from other players who give up and run away from a challenge! 

     Both of you have the skill set and talent to do this. Now it's all about the mindset of having this goal of raising Banner 18 in Boston. Add to the legacy of a team that has won all their titles in one city! Not one that claims titles from another city! Your both are a potent one-two punch that can lead the Celtics to glory! 

     JT and JB, join the new example set by the Greek and you both can have your moment and join the historic names that are Celtics champions. Banner 18 is in your grasp, so go get it and one day both of your numbers will hang in the Boston Garden! 

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