Boston Celtics’ superstar Jaylen Brown has been widely mentioned in trade rumors since the club’s elimination at the hands of the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals.

Brown is widely considered one of the top-20 players in the NBA, but many have called for the Celtics to shake up their core following another disappointing postseason defeat. If Boston decides to go that route, could an archrival team lend a helping hand?

SNY’s Ian Begley proposed a blockbuster trade idea that would see the New York Knicks land the All-Star guard in exchange for R.J. Barrett, Immanuel Quickley and draft picks:

“If the Celtics want Barrett, the Knicks sending out a package including Barrett, Quickley and draft compensation would work…

Brown was named to an All-NBA team this season. That makes him eligible for a “supermax” extension this offseason. For Brown, the extension would be worth $290 million over five years. Jayson Tatum will also be eligible for a supermax extension next summer. His extension will be worth $318 million in total. So Boston has to decide between paying $600 million to Brown and Tatum or breaking up the duo.”