Brett Brown has made known that he will insert Shake Milton in the starting five of the Philadelphia 76ers in the NBA restart.

Josh Richardson has seen the improvement of his teammate through the able playing time he received, before the season shutdown in March.

According to Ky Carlin of the USA Today:

“I think he brings another look to our lineup,” said Richardson. “He can stretch the floor, he’s another ball-handler and just an aggressive player. Throughout camp, he’s been aggressive on offense, he’s been getting better at being vocal which will be big for him, and I’m excited to see how he shows.”

Milton spaced the floor for Philadelphia through the last 20 games, before the season suspension, shooting 51.2% from the three-point line.