Jayson Tatum has been looking to make a name for himself in the NBA. He had an incredible rookie year while possibly taking a step back in his sophomore year. His third year has proven to be his best year. The third year forward out of Duke has earned his first All-Star nod as a reserve.
— 2020 NBA All-Star (@NBAAllStar) January 31, 2020
Tatum is putting up some monster numbers this season with the Celtics. You see the numbers in the tweet above. 21.5 points per game, 6.9 rebounds per game and 2.9 assists per game have been good enough to earn the nod to Chicago. Jayson Tatum needed to take a step up this year with all of the Celtics pieces that left last year’s team. It’s safe to say that Tatum has taken that step with his play so far this season. It’s been one of the main reasons the Celtics are 32-15 and sitting in the three seed in the Eastern Conference.
Tatum celebrating his first All-Star selection with his son, Deuce ❤️
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 31, 2020
You can’t help but love Deuce Tatum here! He’s so genuinely excited for his dad. Plus, the big smile on Jayson’s face makes the moment that much sweeter. Something tells me that there will be more moments like this between Jayson and Deuce with future All-Star games. This is such a feel good moment!
Good for Jayson Tatum for getting into the All-Star game. It was very well deserved. Should Jaylen Brown have gotten into the All-Star game as well? Maybe, but that’s another story. Tatum is now in his first All-Star game. But after the All-Star game, the third year forward will need to continue his first half production if the Celtics hope to make a playoff run.
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