The Boston Celtics lost in disappointing fashion in the Eastern Conference Finals to the Miami Heat, but that doesn't mean they're ready to tear down their team. According to The Boston Globe's Adam Himmelsbach, the Celtics do not intend to trade star forward Jaylen Brown this offseason. All signs, right now, point to Brown agreeing to a five-year, $295 million supermax contract to remain in Boston.

Brown's future has a point of speculation since the regular season, when Brown was not eligible for an extension at the maximum allowable level under the CBA due to the low price of his last contract. However, when Brown earned All-NBA honors after the season, he automatically gained eligibility for the supermax.