New Boston Celtics forward Danilo Gallinari 2021-22 highlights with Atlanta Hawks

Far from being a newcomer to the NBA, new Boston Celtics (and former Atlanta Hawk) forward Danilo Gallinari isn’t exactly a secret for many fans of his new team. But for those of us who may not have followed the Italian swingman’s career in the league over the years, getting an idea of ​​what to expect of him in Boston’s roster might be a vague as some would like it to be.

A knockdown shooter with plenty of size at 6-foot-10, Gallinari’s biggest hits are his age-related defensive deficiencies, but the Celtics are just the kind of team with the staff to reinforce their strengths while hiding their weaknesses.

Expect Boston’s recent 2022-23 trade focus to play mostly on the 4 for the team, and check out the video embedded below to get an idea of ​​how he’ll play in the upcoming campaign courtesy of YouTuber Tomasz Kordylewski could fit into the Celtics’ rotations.

This post originally appeared on Celtics Wire.

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