Jaylen Brown hyperbaric sleep chamber is the talk of the town in Orlando currently, as the Celtics star is taking extra precautions against COVID-19.
It seems like Celtics Guard Jaylen Brown is taking extra precautions for his stay at the NBA Bubble in Orlando. The 23-year-old brought along his hyperbaric sleep chamber along with him, which is by far the weirdest thing at the Bubble.
Brown brings along his Hyperbaric sleep chamber
Brown has brought his own bubble into the Bubble in Orlando to sleep in.
— Dan Greenberg (@StoolGreenie) July 9, 2020
The hyperbaric sleep chamber isn’t something unusual for athletes. It provides health benefits like faster recovery, better sleep, improves physical conditioning, and even heals injuries.
Professional athletes often use it to maintain fitness and physical well being. However, the weird thing is Jaylen Brown carrying it with him and keeping it in his room.
Brown playing for social justice
Brown will be playing at the NBA Bubble for the greater cause. He has been an active supporter of the Black Lives Matter campaign. He has even been taking part in the protests going around the entire United States.
Racism is deeper than police brutality
— Jaylen Brown (@FCHWPO) June 16, 2020
Brown reportedly wasn’t sure of participating in the restart due to Covid-19 and the ongoing social justice issues. But the preparation by the NBA for restart changed his mind.
“I think the ability and the options to be able to play for something bigger than yourself, I think a lot of guys would sign up for that 10 times out of 10. I plan on using my voice when I’m down there. I plan on spreading light on things that are getting dimmed and hopefully, the NBA and our organization can understand”. Brown said at a video conference on Monday.
“My decision was to play just because I felt it’s bigger than me and bigger than my family and all of us. People have died for the opportunity to be able to shed light and speak on certain causes. The least I can do is play basketball.” Brown continued.
The Celtics star will look to maximize the Bubble platform to create awareness about certain social injustices prevailing all over the world.
What’s next for Brown and Boston at the Bubble?
Boston currently is 3rd in the eastern conference with a record of 43-21. They have a young and exciting team lead by the likes of Kemba Walker and Jason Tatum.
Many people eye Celtics as the surprise package at the playoffs, as their young and energetic team can cause a few upsets.
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Brown himself is having his best season so far, with averages of 20.4 points, 6.4 rebounds.
Boston will restart their campaign against the Bucks on 31st July in the Bubble in Orlando.