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Celtics Lab 119: Sorting out Game 3 of the Celtics’ 2022 NBA Finals with Ky Carlin

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The Boston Celtics fell victim to their worst tendencies in their Game 2 matchup with the Golden State Warriors in the 2022 NBA Finals, and against the Dubs, careless turnovers and passive possessions rarely if ever end well for the opposing teams. The Celtics found out why on their way to a 107-88 loss and a 1-1 series tie on Sunday evening but now head back to TD Garden for a Game 3 contest on their own home court.

What went wrong in Game 2 for the Celtics? How big of a role did refs play in the loss, if any? We of course dig into the impact (and treatment) of Draymond Green and spend plenty of airtime on what’s to come for Boston in Game 3.

What adjustments can we expect? Is this the last we see of Daniel Theis this season? How often will there be double-big lineups, and how to avoid turning the ball over? In this episode of the Celtics Lab podcast, we link up with Sixers Wire editor Ky Carlin for an unbiased look at the Celtics in the 2022 NBA Finals.

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John Carlin and your usual hosts Cameron Tabatabaie, Alex Goldberg, and Justin Quinn as we get up to speed on the state of the bi-coastal banner hunt.

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