Celtics Lab 246: March Madness through a Boston Celtics lens

March Madness is officially here, and fans of the Boston Celtics tend to start paying attention to the college game around now if they have not been the whole time with their favorite NCAA squad. Potential Celtics draft prospects can be scouted by the casual college basketball fan and pros both, and old rivalries transcend NBA allegiances for a bit of extra sauce at the next level.

Speaking of the stretch run, Boston is in the thick of it, with health and rest as important as seeding usually is for Boston, having all but sewn up the league’s best record. What can we expect from the Celtics’ coming tilt with the Milwaukee Bucks, and are there any trap games on their looming six-game road trip?

The hosts of the CLNS Media “Celtics Lab” podcast took a magnifying glass to which prospects we ought to keep an eye on as potential Boston draft picks, waxed nostalgic about Celtics players in tourneys past, and got you up to speed with the news.

Apologies in advance for one of the mics being murky; our enthusiasm for our tech concerns was premature.

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Story originally appeared on Celtics Wire