Kemba Walker soared ahead of Jaylen Brown in ball time during his Celtics debut before the Celtics trip to Philadelphia where both stars comfortably ate with Brown in the lead. Brown dropped 42 points in a Game 2 loss where he dominated the ball and hit 16-of-28. The hierarchy is working for now, but what will it look like when Jayson Tatum returns? Will Brown enter more of an off-ball role like last year? Will Kemba be forced to adjust? Will things just work out with each star getting equal opportunity on the ball? The Garden Report imagined what the Celtics will look like 100% healthy after Philadelphia beat Boston to stay on top of the east.