The Boston Celtics have had a strong start to the season, winning their first four games. They have shown a business-like approach to games, taking control early and executing their game plan well. Boston’s All-NBA forwards Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum have been standouts to start the ball club’s 2023-24 campaign, with Brown scoring 36 points in their game against the Washington Wizards, and Tatum playing like an MVP candidate to start off the season.
The team has also displayed good depth, with players like Al Horford contributing off the bench. However, there are concerns about the bench’s scoring ability, with several new players struggling to hit shots consistently.
The Celtics will need more consistent support from their bench to avoid wearing out their starters and are off to a promising start, but there is still room for improvement.
Ahead of Boston’s recent blowout of the Indiana Pacers, the hosts of the CLNS Media “A-List” podcast linked up to talk over the Celtics’ red-hot start.
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