What should the Boston Celtics’ New Year’s resolutions for 2023 be?

When it comes to the coming 2023 calendar year, the Boston Celtics likely have more than a handful of New Year’s resolutions they plan to work on. Starting at the top with how interim head coach Joe Mazzulla has seemingly struggled to reach some of his key players in critical moments of contests the Celtics have not played like themselves, all the way to down to the last players on the roster in terms of floor time.

The stars need to lead better than they have, and the role players to play their roles for the team, with the bench having fallen off at the end of the 2022 calendar year. And the deeper rotation likely has designs on ways to see the floor more, though, for all of the above, we know how fickle such resolutions tend to be.

The hosts of the CLNS Media “A-List” podcast recently sat down to talk over Celtics New Year’s resolutions.

Take a look at the clip embedded above to hear what they thought should be at the top of Boston’s list in that regard.

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