Brad Stevens says Romeo Langford is “Doing a lot” but not playing live, but he will “Probably be available after the break”
– John Karalis February 11, 2021
Now – as Langford is set to return from his injury after the All-Star break – his team is in limbo, and his GM is the subject of every national writer’s trade deadline speculation.
The best way for Langford to improve his game is working on the drive-and-kick game with the litany of shooters around him.
In the highlights below of his three-block game against Atlanta, Langford took the ball inside against multiple defenders and converted a very tough layup, starting at the 1:10 mark. Langford reaching five threes per game and consistently shooting around 40% would unlock his game and elevate him to a reliable, consistent starter status.