A player whose impact isn't always evident on the stat sheet has become a familiar archetype for Celtics fans, between the systematic impact of players like Al Horford and Marcus Smart.
Now, Shane Larkin has returned to the fold after a back injury, a player Brad Stevens has lauded for his ability to adjust speeds and control the pace of the game on the ball.
Jared Weiss, formerly of CelticsBlog and now with the Celtics Wire returned to The Banners Broadcast to analyze Larkin one night after he made sure to let me know his -13 night transformed into a +13 in the second half against Memphis. Weiss also broke down the bench, Marcus Morris' absence and street-ball style, along with the topic of rest and player management.
CelticsBlog editor Simon Pollock made his debut in the second half, with the crucial question of who's your new Celtics wrestling partner now that Brandon Bass (once the consensus) is gone?
Pollock also looks back on his Jaylen Brown article in the wake of his friend's passing, and the impact Brown has had on the C's this year. He also gives his take on the best thing about this Celtics season so far, since it's obvious what the worst part was.
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9:56-16:36 Defensive issues
16:36-21:13 Morris absence
27:00-27:30 Welcome Simon Pollock
36:16-40:48 Best part of this season?
40:48-46:26 Gordon Hayward
46:26-48:00 Angry Rajon Rondo aside
48:00-49:57 Wrestling partner?