Jaylen Brown and the Boston Celtics are reportedly not seeing eye to eye and he could be out of the NBA organization very soon.

In a report by Heavy.com's Sean Deveney, Brown and the Celtics are currently having issue's with the latter's contract extension. He said that "the chance is pretty slim" that the two sides will agree on a deal before the October 21 deadline.

The 22-year-old athletic guard will be a restricted free agent after the 2019-2020 season. There is a big possibility that he will be dealt with another team if he refuses to sign a new deal with the Celts.

The Celtics are notoriously known for this habit. Boston management has previously blindsided Jared Sullinger, Kelly Olynyk and Marcus Smart after their third season.

Opting to pay less than what they were worth during contract negotiations. Deveney added that it was the reason why Sullinger and Olynyk decided to play for other NBA teams. Meanwhile, Smart was given less than what he was initially hoping but chose to stay in Boston.

Brown's case is trickier considering his potential, but he has struggled lately and Boston might offer him less than what he expects to have. It's similar to Isaiah Thomas' case two years ago when Boston traded him to the Cavaliers because he wanted a substantial raise.

Brown, a former 3rd overall pick in the 2016 NBA draft has shown flashes of brilliance, especially during the 2018 playoffs. He averaged 18 points during that run along with Jayson Tatum and Terry Rozier.

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Jaylen Brown suffered a horrific fall during the Celtics' win over the Timberwolves on Thursday. Getty

His numbers have slightly decreased last season, posting 13.0 points, 4.2 rebounds and 0.9 steals per game while shooting 34.4 percent behind the three-point line.

In his sophomore year, Brown averaged 14.5 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.0 steals while shooting a better 39.5 percent behind the arc. As a rookie, he put up 6.6 points per game along with 2.2 rebounds and an assist.

If he opts out of Boston, many NBA teams would be interested in signing the versatile guard, since he's only 22 and still years away from his prime. The revamped Celtics squad now features a healthy Gordon Hayward and explosive floor general, Kemba Walker.

Brown's future with the team will depend on how he fits with Hayward and Walker; if not, he can blossom elsewhere and earn a big payday.