That’s why I think trading PP might not be the best idea. Brogdon isn’t coming close to 82 games, but as long as he is healthy from April on that’s all that matters.I wonder if Brogdon's hamstring is going to be a persistent low-level issue all season. He's fragile, and I suppose we'll have to hope we get 60ish games and health in the playoffs.
The Hawks have a killer transition game. PP is going to have to take care of the ball. And please don't let Jaylen dribble in the open court. Celtics turnovers are going to become Atlanta dunks.