They've been frustrating to watch recently. But, I think their personnel is significantly better than last year, with Brogdan, Hauser, Kornet and others being real contributors that weren't part of last year's team. I know this take isn't going to be popular, but here goes: Tatum and Brown are very, very good players. But, they 1) seemingly buy into the idolatry bestowed upon them by Forsberg, Chin and Amina Smith on NBC Sports Boston, 2) too often revert to last year's undisciplined play. Eddie House and, to a somewhat lesser degree, Scalabrine are more unbiased. Tatum and Brown still revert to previous bad habits such as settling for shitty 3 attempts and Brown trying to dribble through clogged lanes and for Brown that's bad because for all of his considerable offensive and defensive skills, he's a horrible dribbler/ballhandler. With that said, I think they have a very real chance to win the championship, but they're far from the perfect team we've been told recently that they are. As usual, just my opinion.