There have been some who worry that the Boston Celtics’ revamped backcourt is not the best fit in some configurations and others who worry that personal ambitions may be a source of potential friction among the new cohort of Celtics guards.
But there is also a world in which veteran Marcus Smart, second-year guard Payton Pritchard and newcomers Josh Richardson and Dennis Schroder actually end up complimenting each other’s games on both ends of the court. How could such a foursome with at least two known strong personalities click to create a synergy beyond the sum of their parts?
That’s the topic of conversation for the hosts of the CLNS Media “A-List” podcast in a recent episode, where hosts A. Sherrod Blakely and Kwani A. Lunis break down how Boston’s backcourt rotation might be able to maximize each other’s strengths.
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