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Jaylen Brown attempted to rectify the lack of celebrity support in the NBA Slam Dunk Contest by entering this time around. At the end of the evening, he had an excellent message for those who had criticized the event.

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In the dunk competition on Saturday night, Brown came in second place behind Mac McClung, the reigning champion. He discussed the players’ reluctance to participate in the event in his post-event speech and presented an intriguing viewpoint.

In the end, Brown believed, “I think some players are just afraid to get turned into a meme or whatever” in this media-driven day. “I came out and enjoyed myself, and that’s what I wanted to do.”

“I think, ultimately, in this media era, some players are just afraid to get turned into a meme or whatever,” said Jaylen Brown following tonight’s dunk competition. I decided to come out and enjoy myself, and I did just that.

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In the end, McClung prevailed over Brown. The Boston Celtics star was thought by some fans to have no business being there. Brown’s dunks weren’t very difficult, but TNT made a mistake that prevented fans from witnessing even one of them in real time.

Many elite athletes would prefer not to risk being hurt by competing in the Slam Dunk Contest. The event has been kept alive mostly because of this.

For the first time in six years, Brown was ready to overlook all other considerations in order to offer fans a legitimate All-Star in the Dunk Contest. Brown may be correct that other reasons are also at play.


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