The Boston Celtics came as close to winning the NBA title as they could without sealing the deal, and the team ran out of gas in the Finals after a grueling second half of the season and track during the 2022 NBA Playoffs, in particular, after landing on the second-seeded and toughest of all eastern lanes. To the biggest stage in the league.
What do the Celtics need to do to secure the top seed title in the 2022-23 Eastern Conference? How can they make sure they have an easier path this time around so their legs don’t betray them in the finals?
CLNS Media’s “Celtics Beat” podcast hosts recently tried to address this issue with guest guest Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe.
Take a look at the embedded clip above to hear what they have to say.
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