Should Boston Celtics forward Grant Williams start or come off of the bench?
Should reserve Boston Celtics big man Grant Williams keep coming off of the bench for the team as he has for most of the season so far, or is his role as a starter more valuable to the energy the team needs out of the gate? On one hand, his presence on the bench brings high-level play on both ends to bear against typically less-dangerous opponents.
But on the other, establishing control of the game early with a heavier minutes load for the Tennessee alum has also shown some utility, though with the Celtics offense humming the way it has been to start 2022-23, it might just be wiser to roll with what’s worked most nights.
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