This sums up my thoughts pretty well. Run it back with Brown for a year with the hope that Tatum takes another step forward, the coaching improves, and Brown addresses to at least some degree his handle issues. Those things alone might be enough to win them a title, even if there is some shuffling of the remaining players (e.g. trading Brogdon, Smart, or maybe even White or RWill if the right opportunity presents itself).This is on Jaylen from Jay King's prediction piece in today's Athletic:
King also speculates that Boston will move on from Brogdon and may pursue a deal for another starting quality PF/big assuming they can make it fit cap-wise.
Then if they still can't get over the hump you have to more seriously think about breaking up the Js, but unless Brown suffers a catastrophic injury (in which case the Celtics are fucked regardless) he should still have tons of trade value in the 2024 offseason. There just seems to be very little risk in extending Brown on the supermax now and then figuring things out from there.