Celtics’ Jaylen Brown & WNBA star spark dating rumors during championship parade in Boston

Boston Celtics two-way star Jaylen Brown was spotted with Kyrse Gondrezick during the team’s championship parade on Friday, driving up dating rumors that he’s dating the WNBA player.

Basketball fans couldn’t help but notice that the pair were sitting on the same duck boat that was making its way from TD Garden through the streets, as players celebrated their title win with Beantown inhabitants. 

The Celtics won their 18th NBA crown – the most among all franchises in the league – on Monday following a blowout victory over the Dallas Mavericks in Game 5.

Gondrezick – a forward for the Chicago Sky – used to date former NBA player, Kevin Porter Jr., who last played for the Houston Rockets, in 2023.

‘Scoot’ was accused of beating Gondrezick during their relationship in a New York City hotel in September 2023. 

Gondrezick is a forward for the Chicago Sky

The Celtics’ Jaylen Brown has romantically been linked with Kyrse Gondrezick, of the WNBA

The potential couple were on the same duck boat during the Celtics' Championship parade

The potential couple were on the same duck boat during the Celtics’ Championship parade

She denied that he ever attacked her and demanded the NYPD to drop the case after his arrest.

Meanwhile, before the NBA Finals, Brown, who wore a t-shirt with the line ‘State Your Source’ on it – confirmed that he was single. 

He revealed his relationship status on Good Morning America, earlier this month, as he talked about the way he spends his days while waiting to find out the Celtics’ NBA Finals opponents.

Gondrezick previously dated former troubled Houston Rockets star Kevin Porter Jr. last year

Gondrezick previously dated former troubled Houston Rockets star Kevin Porter Jr. last year

Boston wrapped up its Eastern Conference Finals series against the Indiana Pacers in four games before the Dallas Mavericks finally defeated the Oklahoma City in six. 

On Friday, Brown, 27, said the theme for this year’s team was unity during parade celebrations.

‘Whatever it took for us to win, that’s what I was willing to do,’ he told the crowd. 

Brown, who the NBA Finals MVP, is coming off his best postseason of his career this year, averaging 23.9 points per game.

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