Jayson Tatum is a young professional basketball star, who plays for the Boston Celtics in the NBA. Born on March 11, 1998, Tatum demonstrated an extraordinary talent for basketball from a young age, playing at the high school and college levels before entering the professional league. After notable success at Duke University, where he was selected as his conference's player of the year and helped his team reach the NCAA Championship Final Four in 2017, Tatum was selected with the third overall pick in the NBA draft by Boston Celtics. Since his arrival in the NBA, Tatum has demonstrated exceptional shooting skills, great game vision and an ability to create opportunities for his teammates.
Throughout his young career, Tatum has demonstrated steady improvement and growing maturity as a player. He represented his team in the playoffs for several consecutive seasons and played an important role in the Celtics' overall success. In 2020, Tatum was selected as a member of the team of his first All-Star Game.