WATCH: How will the Boston Celtics deal with losing Jaylen Brown for the season?

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Now locked into the Eastern Conference’s seventh seed for the postseason heading into the NBA’s new play-in tournament, the Boston Celtics are without one of their most important and talented players with All-Star wing Jaylen Brown out for rest of the season after having surgery to repair a torn ligament in his left wrist.

On top of that, the Celtics have other key players healing from less serious but not minor injuries, and have a general funk hanging over the team ahead of the team’s final two regular season games. How will Boston adjust, and who will they play in Brown’s stead?

These are the questions the hosts of the CLNS Media podcast “Ryan and Goodman” try to answer with guest Chris Forsberg of NBC Boston Sports.

Watch the video embedded above as this trio of Boston media giants try to get some clarity on how the team will proceed for the rest of the season, and a whole lot more.

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