Envious Of Taylor Swift, NBA’s Favorite Coach Forced To Miss Son’s Superbowl Debut Due To Private Jet Troubles

Published 02/09/2024, 12:37 PM EST

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The Sacramento Kings‘ Head Coach Mike Brown has reasons to be invested in the happenings of the NFL. His son, Cameron Brown is serving as the first-year defensive quality control coach for the San Francisco 49ers of the major football league. Cameron has a huge event coming up on Sunday. The 49ers will be going up against the Kansas City Chiefs in the much-anticipated Super Bowl game.

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This will be Cam’s Super Bowl debut as coach. Unfortunately, his father won’t be present at the field to cheer him on. Mike Brown will have to cater to his NBA team as their game in Oklahoma with the Thunder coincides with Cameron’s debut game. Unlike Taylor Swift, who has the luxury of a private jet, Brown will have to miss the game.

Taylor who is currently in Tokyo Japan, is expected to fly to the game to watch her boyfriend Travis Kelce, a tight-end for the Chiefs. Back in the NBA, the Kings take on the Thunder at 6:30 p.m. ET, while Cameron’s Super Bowl game starts at 3 p.m. ET. Considering that it takes roughly three hours to get from Oklahoma to LA on a direct commercial flight, Brown believes that even if he takes a private jet, he won’t be able to get there on time for the game. Regardless, he figured taking a private jet would burn a huge hole in his pockets.

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Handling the situation like a champ, he joked, “Taylor got a little bit more cheese than I do.”

Despite the unfortunate turn of events, Brown will be watching his son’s game on the television. Cameron, on his part, expressed his appreciation for Papa Brown, who goes above and beyond to support his venture and be as present as he can be.

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Cameron’s debut game could be overshadowed

With superstar Taylor Swift in the stands, the spotlight will be on her, and Cameron’s Super Bowl debut game could potentially be overshadowed. Ever since Taylor started showing up for her boyfriend’s games, fans started pouring in to watch the games, generating millions of dollars for the NFL. As of late January, it is estimated that her relationship with Kelce has brought the Chiefs and the league an equivalent brand value of about $331.5 million.

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However, Taylor’s presence doesn’t bother Cameron in the least. He is instead focused on the big prize, stating that it would be the “perfect start to his NFL career” if he could win the Super Bowl. Moreover, he will have many friends and family members including his mother and brother to cheer for him and the team. Cameron is unwavering in his dream to make an impact in the world of pro football.

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Tsuktibenla T Jamir

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Tsuktibenla T Jamir is an NBA author at EssentiallySports. Armed with a Masters in Journalism from the prestigious Delhi School of Journalism, this Nagaland native combines her academic prowess with her passion for the game to craft compelling narratives that bring the NBA to life. She finds immense joy in dissecting the journeys of the athletes who make the game larger than life.
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