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The Boston Celtics need shooting, and it is starting to cost them wins as a result. Yet again the Celtics found themselves well under 30% from 3-point range in their 110 – 99 road loss to the Atlanta Hawks, and even with star forward Jayson Tatum shaking off his longstanding shooting slup to score 34 points on 5-of-12 shooting from deep was not enough to secure a win against a struggling Hawks roster.
The team does have a handful of shooters on the team already, but for whatever other reasons in their game, are not playing much if at all to start the season.
Do the Celtics need to shake up their rotation, and let the young guys take their lumps? Or do they need to do something more drastic? The host of the “Locked On Celtics” podcast John Karalis dives into this conundrum in the video embedded below.
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