A few thoughts. I think basically this team could beat anyone, including the Bucks, in a 7 game series, but that the Bucks and Nets (assuming the latter are healthy) would be favorites.
The Tatum who's showed up the last few months has been trying really hard to make good reads on offense. Despite still struggling with the three ball, he's averaged nearly five assists in the last two months. That brings him a lot closer to being the top ten player we hoped he would be.
Jaylen has also made a concerted effort to pass the ball, with less impressive results. Still, he's not coughing the ball up constantly as much.
Both Jaylen and Jayson have struggled with their shot. If the defense stays focused and those two get really hot... Well, then maybe we've only seen the beginning of what this team can do.
How much upside does Rob still have? He's so efficient, and it would be great if the team could find him for three or four more lobs a game. Hopefully White helps with that.
Other questions: how much better does White make this team? Can Pritchard, Nesmith or Hauser step in and be volume the sharpshooter the bench has needed? I think the team can protect all of those guys' defensive deficiencies - we've seen plenty of good to great defenses cover for Isaiah Thomas, Kyle Korver, etc in the past, so I believe this team can too. If Nesmith can find his shot, he's got the inside track, because he's shown he can also attack closeouts and do the little things (rebound, hustle) even if that means he plays out of control at times
Finally, I'm happy to see the nonsense about this being a .500 ball club has disappeared. This forum was full of negativity for months because the results weren't what we wanted them to be. I understood it, but found it a little embarrassing especially since the team had so obviously improved the roster and was suffering from a lot of missed threes they should've been making. The defense has been absolutely insane. Much more fun to watch a winning ball club, regardless.