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It's on the Big Dawgs to score


     Jaylen Brown scored 25 points while Jayson Tatum scored 18. A sign of things to come this season. They will be the Celtics Big Dawgs on offense this year. There should be no surprise there given how each guy can go off and dominate. It's gonna be nice to see them dominate together on a regular basis. With that said they will need to trust other guys to step up. Roles need to be defined and taken. 

     Calling PP, 3Smith, along with an Al/DS combo! Clearly PP and 3Smith can hit the deep one, both players give their all out there. Sacrificing their bodies for the team. Each player is an assassin that Brown and Tatum can kick out to. Both players can get to the rim. With Al and DS I see the pick and roll, and pick and pop bring very useful between them. Dennis Schroer is another baller with no fear

     Or is there another player who will step up? The Wolverine when he isn't distributing the rock. He does have a decent post up game and can get to the rim off the dribble. Occasionally he hits threes. Ultimately it could come down to scoring by committee. And this year's Celtics committee looks good. 

     Time will tell and sort out where the 3rd scorer comes from, one thing this writer knows it's we have two capable studs who can average close to 30 a game. I'm hitching my wagon to the Jays! It's gonna be a great year! Just watch! I feel something special brewing in Boston! Main ingredients Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum are ready to be the main dish of a winning season. 
     

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