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Romeo Langford deserves a chance this season



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In an interview with MassLive, Langford spoke on his ability to finally work on developing his play this summer, saying, “I’m healthy for the first time in like two, three summers. It’s been good. It’s good to get my feet back under me. I’ve been able to get a lot more reps and do a lot more.”

To this point, Langford’s career has been reminiscent of a breakdancer: captivating movement followed by a pregnant pause to set up again.

This may be coming far too soon, and Langford could find himself having every opportunity to crack the rotation, but with more experienced players like Josh Richardson and Dennis Schroder in front of him, the question is worth posing. Is Langford suffering from a case of the yips? Because we’ve seldom seen the player who can “Pass, drive, and play defense.” As a matter of fact, we’ve only truly seen the latter so far. New assistant coach Ben Sullivan is known as a shot fixer, and Udoka is a communicator that forges tight bonds with his players; one would hope that with a different coaching approach behind the scenes, we may yet see the true Romeo Langford.

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