Jaylen Brown Rewards Fans Who Recovered His Custom Ring Lost at Celtics' Victory Parade

Brown took to social media to request assistance in locating his 7uice Foundation ring.
Anna Ciao
By: Anna Ciao
Jaylen Brown Rewards Fans Who Recovered His Custom Ring Lost at Celtics' Victory Parade
Jaylen Brown of the Boston Celtics celebrates their thrilling 104-103 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals at Kaseya Center.

After securing their NBA record 18th championship on June 17th, the Boston Celtics celebrated with a victory parade in the city a few days later.

Among the attendees was Celtics star Jaylen Brown, who unfortunately lost a cherished possession along the parade route—a customized "7uice" ring. Brown turned to social media, seeking help to locate the lost item and offering a substantial reward for its return.

In a positive turn of events, Brown later shared a photo on Tuesday holding the recovered ring. Keeping his promise, he announced that Luke and Adi, the fans who found the ring, would be invited to attend the Celtics' NBA championship ring ceremony in the upcoming fall.

"Got it back. Thank you to Luke and Adi I'll see you courtside at the [ring emoji] ceremony," Brown wrote on X.

Brown also documented his gratitude towards the fans who found his ring on his Instagram, sharing a video of their meeting. In appreciation, Brown presented them with a jersey and an autographed basketball.

The Celtics are set to receive their diamond-studded championship rings during the opening game of the 2024-25 season in October, although the exact date of the game has yet to be confirmed.

In 2023, Brown signed a five-year, $304 million supermax contract extension.

Meanwhile, Jayson Tatum played a pivotal role in the Celtics' victory in Game 5 of the NBA Finals, scoring 31 points as Boston defeated the Dallas Mavericks 106-88. Tatum's month began on a high note when he reportedly agreed to a five-year, $314 million contract extension, marking the richest deal in league history according to ESPN.

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Anna Ciao
Written by: Anna Ciao
Anna Ciao is a sports content contributor at Betimate. Born and raised in a rural village in China, I have had a passion for football and various sports such as basketball, volleyball, badminton, from a young age. Along with diligent studies, I achieved an IELTS score of 8.0 in the English language, and I have become a content contributor specializing in sports, particularly football, as I am today. I hope that my articles are helpful to readers.

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