WATCH: Which strategies make the most sense for the Boston Celtics to pursue to improve the team?

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What should the Boston Celtics be doing now to ensure they are a better team for the future? Does the chemistry of keeping veteran players like Marcus Smart, Al Horford, Dennis Schroder and Josh Richardson around for the rest of the season beat out developing younger players and reaping the benefits of the draft assets and young or star players they might fetch on the open market? And just how much should the team be playing its recent draft picks this season for that matter?

The team’s front office has these and a lot of similar questions to consider in the coming weeks as the 2021-22 trade season begins to heat up, and the choices they make could ultimately prove critical to the club’s fortunes in the Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum era.

Host of the NBC Sports Boston podcast “Celtics Talk” Chris Forsberg talked with ESPN cap guru Bobby Marks about how the Celtics should be approaching this critical juncture in terms of team building.

The duo also discussed the fit of players like Domantas Sabonis and Damian Lillard, Danny Ainge’s new gig with the Utah Jazz, and more.

Watch the clip embedded above to hear what they have to say on these important issues.

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