The Return Of Thomas Bryant

Every article that mentions Daniel Gafford and Montrez Harrell speaks to Thomas Bryant's ultimate return from injury and "decisions" needing to be made about the center rotation.

While Scott Brooks played Bryant at the 5 he struggles defensively there because he's not a natural center, in my opinion.

To me he's a power forward who can play center, particularly in small ball lineups, but is a natural 4. If the presence of Daniel Gafford doesn't clearly illuminate the difference between what a real 5 looks and plays like versus Bryant, I don't know what else will.

Am I the only person in Washington who's simply never seen Bryant as a center?

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