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‘Load management,’ a term that irritates fans who are denied the chance to see their favorite players in action, is something that Jayson Tatum, a rising NBA star, fiercely opposes. He is dedicated to playing basketball and places the fans’ basketball experience and performance above all else.

Tatum shared; “I don’t decide, ‘S–t we playing the Hornets tonight, Ima chill’. I only get to go to Charlotte two times a year. Somebody paid their money to come watch me play,” an article from sportskeeda.com said.

Tatum among talented players

Rising NBA star Jayson Tatum has a strong dislike for “load management,” which irritates fans who are denied the chance to see their favorite players in action. He has a strong commitment to playing basketball, placing a premium on performance and the enjoyment of the crowd.

Nevertheless, with the Celtics revamping their lineup with young, talented players in anticipation of the new season, Jayson Tatum is in the spotlight. On October 25, they face the New York Knicks in the season opener in Boston’s TD Garden, setting the stage for what may turn out to be a memorable voyage.

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