Jayson Tatum's Olympic celebration has begun, and his All-Star Boston Celtics teammate has already joined the party.
Tatum helped the U.S. men's basketball team win gold at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics by scoring 19 points in Team USA's 87-82 win over France on Friday night.
Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart were quick to congratulate Tatum on Twitter Saturday, but Brown got to share the moment in person with Tatum as well.
Here's the photo Brown posted early Sunday morning as he gleefully held up Tatum's gold medal alongside his Celtics co-star:
Safe to say Brown is pretty happy for his C's teammate.
Brown also shared a video of him rocking the gold medal on his Instagram story, so the two clearly had a good time celebrating Tatum becoming the first Celtics player to win Olympic gold since Larry Bird in 1992.
Tatum and Brown are Boston's two foundational pieces entering the 2021-22 season, so Celtics fans should be pleased to see them enjoying each other's company entering their fifth season together.