Burning Questions Week: Is Jason Tatum the Celtics’ Jim Halpert?

It’s that time of year when the season hasn’t quite started yet but we know it’s on the horizon.

We can’t wait for a few episodes and are ready to get back to watching basketball all the time. In the meantime, we watch sitcoms to keep our sanity and be entertained.

Well, watching sitcoms made my mind race. How about combining two great things into one story? How about comparing members Celtics To the characters on the desk? It’s a little funky, but why not give it a whirl?

There are more similarities than you think. I had some fun with this and tried to make it a little silly.

Do you have your own suggestions? Feel free to comment. It’s all up for debate, and there’s clearly no right answer here. The goal is to have a little fun and think outside the box before the season starts.

Jason Tatum – Jim Halpert

They’ve lived in the shadows for a very long time, but not anymore. They are both easy-going champions who are constantly working on building their long-term goal. It’s not fair to expect perfection, but you have to resist the urge not to because you know something really special is brewing. They’ll make mistakes along the way, but they’ll get there – and it’s nice to know that you know you’ve been there from the start.

Jaylene Brown – Pam Paisley

Jim and Pam, Tatum and Brown, Peanut Butter and Jelly. They’re great in their own right, but even better together. Their arch as a unit is stronger than it will be as individuals. You get excited by the ups and downs, but that’s only because you know they are capable of so much. Even through rumors and speculation, you would totally believe that they would end up together and live out their dream.

Marcus Smart – Dwight Schrute

The unpredictable and charismatic veteran of the group, he’s seen a thing or two. He excels in martial arts and “beets” on his own drums. He might do some questionable things along the way, make you doubt everything from time to time, but then remember why you love him. You don’t want to be on his bad side, or he will make you pay. It’s not for everyone, but if he’s your man, you’ll love him to the end.

Grant Williams – Kelly Kapoor

They keep things lively, which is an advantage in itself. They both have a pesky younger brother mentality, and relationships with clients come naturally to them. They aren’t afraid to tell you they’re there, and talking a mile a minute is the norm. However, they have their moments of brilliance, and if you sleep on them, they will remind you why. Every Batman needs a Ryan.

Alhorford – Toby Flindersson

There is no disdain for Horford here, but the truth is that they are the voice of reason for an otherwise eclectic group. Toby may not always make the bright or extravagant choice, but he usually makes the right choice. Every office needs a Toby to keep everyone in check.

Brad Stevens – Michael Scott

Ah yes. The brave commander plays the role of a puppeteer and ensures that everyone stays on the mission. Well, maybe Brad does it a little better than Michael, but they both inspire others with their spirited conversations and words of wisdom. They aren’t afraid to go big if they think doing so will help them get the office they want. Michael may be more eccentric and unpredictable, but they both make very cheesy and sincere jokes.

The Making of Udoka – Oscar Martinez

Odoka, like Oscar, is the adult in the room. He’s a stickler for details, somewhat of a pest and always makes sure his voice is heard. You may not always like what he says, but you have to hear it. Without this attention to detail, everything around it would likely fall apart.

Payton Pritchard – Kevin Malone

The famous chili may fall off occasionally, but sleep on it at your own risk. Every now and then, when you forget all about him, he hands you a huge stinger to keep you honest. People tend to underestimate him, but he likes it that way. Keep sleeping.

Robert Williams – Erin Hannon

Passionate young people trying to unleash their potential have more in common than one might think. They do the dirty work – like answering phones, running on check and loud rolls – that don’t appear in the stats sheet and shouldn’t go unnoticed. As long as they believe in themselves and their abilities, and continue to improve, the sky is the limit.

Malcolm Brogdon – Daryl Philbin

Brogdon has been doing his job in the warehouse for a while, but now he’s ready for a moment in the sun. A reliable, intelligent and intelligent man, he knows what it takes to succeed. That could be the missing piece, and his time is now.

Derek White – Creed Bratton

They both beat their own drum, have no real position and are constantly inconsistent. At the same time, they’ve seen a thing or two and know how to play the game. Although they may seem a little confused at times one day, the next day they are integral to the whole process and you remember why you love them.

Danilo Gallinari – Stanley Hudson

You don’t really know what’s going to happen with these two. One day they burn, and the next it is cold. Sometimes they seem attached, other times they seem like a burden. They’ve been on some bad teams, and it’s easy to be a product of one’s environment. I was excited to see what they could do with some extra motivation, but it didn’t turn out yet the way I had hoped.

Luke Cornett – Andy Bernard

Their style may be a little funky, and they won’t stand out, but they will still do what they want. Everyone wants them to be ready to take the next step and become a staple, but the question remains: do they have what it takes? This isn’t a capella at Cornell anymore. This is Dunder Mufflin, and the results are to be expected.

Noah Funnelly – Meredith Palmer

They’ve been around the block a few times and seen a few things. They broke up and had some hiccups along the way, but give them a chance and let them be themselves. It may surprise you.

JD Davison – Ryan Howard

The young Bak has talent and potential, but he has to prove himself in a bigger role. If he trusts what got him here, and stays balanced, he’ll be fine. If he tries to be someone he’s not, and tries to do too much, he may have a hard time adjusting.

Sam Hauser – Phyllis Vance

Both are in committed relationships. Business comes second, but they take pride in what they do and aren’t afraid to let someone fly every now and then. Don’t let their calm and calm demeanor fool you. They are ready to take on a bigger role, and when they have the opportunity, you best believe that they can sell the paper to the best of their ability.