Gov. Jerry Brown accepted 27 gifts worth about $4,500 last year, including dinners and travel expenses, a cellphone, bottles of wine&nbsp;and a ticket to a basketball game from the Sacramento Kings, according to his annual filing of an economic interest form.The amount is down significantly from 2015, when Brown accepted&nbsp;gifts valued at $22,136, including money from the California State Protocol Foundation to attend a climate change conference in Paris.Last year&rsquo;s biggest gift was $1,883 in travel expenses from his alma mater, Yale Law School, for a speech he gave at the New Haven, Conn., institution during reunion week. The event included him receiving the school&rsquo;s prestigious Award of Merit.Other travel expenses were provided by groups for speeches he gave in Santa Rosa and Mount&nbsp;Shasta. Brown also reported receiving dinners valued at $100 each from the U.S. State Department and United Nations.He also received $191 worth of&nbsp;wine from Sen. Bill Dodd (D-Napa). The $299 cellphone was given to him by Yueting Jia, the founder of internet firm LeEco of San Jose. That would have run afoul of legislation vetoed in 2014 by Brown that would have reduced the value of gifts that could be accepted by an elected official from a single source in a year from $440 to $200.It also would have banned gifts from lobbyists and lobbying&nbsp;firms to the governor and legislators, and barred officials from accepting many kinds of gifts, including tickets to professional sports contests, entertainment events and amusement parks, as well as free golf games and entertainment.Brown also reported selling some large investments last year. He sold stock worth between $100,000 and $1 million in Health Fusion Inc., a medical office software company. He sold stock with the same value range in Edgewater Park Plaza, a development firm.