Jayson Tatum says He couldn’t be happier with his franchise Boston Celtics

Boston Celtics’ forward player Jayson Tatum appeared in the third part of “Passing the Torch” show on NBC Sports Boston where he sat down with the Celtics legend Tommy Heinsohn as both discussed their experiences of being associated with the Boston Celtics. The show was also premiered on the Youtube channel of Boston Celtics in the morning today. 

Apparently, Jayson Tatum joined Boston Celtics in 2017 and although he may have not known much about the team’s history however he learned quickly. He even expressed his happiness to be a part of the Celtics and wished to be associated with them in the future. 

“I’ve learned so much about the Celtics that I didn’t previously know before I got here,”  Tatum said.

“My appreciation for guys like yourself, Bill Russell, Paul (Pierce), and all the guys before me. Just coming in here to work every day and seeing the banners, you feel the energy.”

Tatum also shared that the atmosphere in the home arena of Celtics at TD Garden is unprecedented.  “The atmosphere, the fans are the best and it’s not like that in every city we go to. We truly have the best fans. It really is a sense of pride putting that jersey on every night and I couldn’t be happier being here.”

Jayson Tatum also went on to ask Tommy Heinsohn how he felt to be in the first-ever Celtics NBA Championship team, followed by the toughest player both of them played against in their careers. 

It has been a delight for the Celtics fans to see Jayson donning green Jersey since he was drafted out of Duke in 2017. Some fans also believe that Tatum is on his way to being a legend the way he has been playing for Boston Celtics now. Currently, Jayson Tatum is leading the Celtics with 22.4 points per game, 6.9 RPG and 2.9 APG in the regular season. It’s no surprise that he earned his first-ever All-Star call-up this year, which is hopefully one of the upcoming All-Stars inclusion of his career.