Things haven’t been easy for the Boston Celtics lately and anyone paying attention knows that a lot of doubt has surrounded the team over the last few weeks, due to various injuries and scandals.
But one thing has remained true for the Celtics through it all: this is a team full of people who believe in one another.
The squad has built perhaps one of the closest brotherhoods in all the NBA and they are not going to let that weaken no matter how many nasty headlines are written.
pushing each other to get better 😤 pic.twitter.com/6ihiOZbtV3
— Boston Celtics (@celtics) September 28, 2022
The closeness of the team is evident when you see everyone practicing together.
It doesn’t matter what rough seas the team is navigating through, the Celtics are ready to support each other and push forward.
Before he was suspended for an entire season, head coach Ime Udoka repeatedly said that the team has a chemistry and culture that is second-to-none.
Brad Stevens has commented on this as well, saying that the front office isn’t interested in monster trades but rather wants to keep building an organic and natural culture that is stronger than other teams’.
They are now attempting to make the Finals again while being led by a first-year coach.
That might sound like a nearly impossible task but they did just that last season.NEXT: The Celtics Get A Response About A Possible Change