BOSTON – The Boston Celtics will play in the NBA Finals soon. Maybe as soon as a year from now.
Playing without All-Stars Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward in the postseason, the Celtics took the Cleveland Cavaliers to seven games in the Eastern Conference finals while relying on a 20-year-old rookie forward in Jayson Tatum and a 21-year-old second-year guard in Jaylen Brown.
No one would’ve criticized the Celtics, given their injuries and inexperience, had they lost in the first round to the Milwaukee Bucks. But they won that series and bulldozed through Philadelphia and had LeBron James and the Cavs on the ropes at 2-0 and 3-2 in the conference finals.
“It was pretty incredible run by an incredible group of guys, and an absolute pleasure and privilege to be around them every day,” Celtics coach Brad Stevens said after the Cavs won Game 7 87-79 on Sunday.
“I talked about how the pain is part of the path. We've been really fortunate to continuously get better the last couple of years and put ourselves in better positions. But when it ends it's painful, that is part of the path. And so we have to let it motivate us.”
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