WATCH: What should we expect from the Boston Celtics while Jaylen Brown is out?

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The Boston Celtics have finally started to find their way as a team, but have largely done so without the help of All-Star Boston Celtics forward Jaylen Brown, who has been out resting a tweaked hamstring out of concern it could get worse given past bouts with the tricky ligament.

With their first home win under their belt against the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday, the team will now be looking at a fairly tough slate of games over the next week to ten days, the rough range of games Brown is likely to miss due to that angry hamstring he’s been dealing with. How will the team fare against the reigning NBA champion Milwaukee Bucks on Friday? Or against a surprisingly tough back-to-back matchup with the very large Cleveland Cavaliers roster?

Things don’t get much easier after that with games against the Atlanta Hawks and Los Angeles Lakers to consider as well, and the hosts of the CLNS Media podcast “The A-List” dive into how Brown’s absence may affect the improving fortunes of the team in the weeks ahead in their most recent episode.

Watch the video embedded above to see what Kwani A. Lunis and A. Sherrod Blakely have to say about the status quo in Boston, and what we should expect about the short-term future.

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