Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke looked back on an eventful week for the Celtics with a pair of tough losses on the road against championship contenders and nearly lost Kemba for the year. Yet, the Celtics kept coming but shouldn't Brown and Tatum get more responsibility in running the team's offense?
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke discussed the Celtics' 2-1 start to the west coast road trip and the emergence of Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown as key pieces toward the team's outstanding start. Tatum's improved shot profile and defensive impact coupled with Brown's markedly improved scoring and rebounding have made the Celtics legitimate threats toward a deep playoff run.
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke talk about rainbows, unicorns, and the Celtics 8-1 start leading the NBA in this latest episode. Despite Gordon Hayward's broken hand, the Celtics keep on rolling and the CSL guys think a lot of credit goes to Kemba Walker and blame goes to those who assumed Jaylen and Jayson couldn't make plays for others.
Is this sustainable for the long haul? Jon and Justin come at that answer from different directions.
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke looked back at a great start to the 2020 Boston Celtics season and how much size hasn't mattered in determining wins and losses thus far. Bench struggles have persisted but the question of which bench players will break out is answered in the show's second half.