Part of the draw for the Big 3 — and why it has found its way and even grown over the past year — is that lottery fans are seeing past favorites again: Jordan Crawford, Rashard Lewis, Mario Chalmers, Michael Beasley, Nick Young, Glen Rice, Joe Johnson
Jaylen Brown changed that dynamic this weekend, becoming the first active NBA player to suit up for the Big 3 and play in their All-Star Game in London. This got Big3 co-founder Ice Cube pumped.
Brown played in the exhibition and had 9 points, 5 rebounds and a couple of assists, but why did he do it?
“Having fun for charity, giving back to the community and giving back,” says Brown. Being in this environment is amazing. Shout out to London, shout out to the O2 [Arena]. I’m happy to help the charity, I’m excited to be a part of this and I appreciate you, Ice Cube.”
It was a good summer for Brown Signed the biggest contract in NBA history And then I had some fun with the Big3 in London. he is happy
Later that night, Jordan Crawford, Nick Young and Team Enemies – coached by Gilbert Arenas – won the Big3 title.