Celtics Lab 31: What’s wrong with Boston – and who’s to blame?

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Justin Quinn
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The Boston Celtics can’t seem to string two wins together in a season they were anticipated to contend for a title, and while that goal might not be off the table just yet, it’s also clear some major changes are in order to stabilize the ship.

With so many factors in play for creating the dissonance in the Celtics’ play in 2020-21, it’s hard to pinpoint exactly what the problem is — or if the issue is more that there are several. Almost no offseason, a condensed season, a pandemic with few if any fans in stands and COVID-19 and other injuries hampering the roster all factor into the equation.

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But who’s to blame, and who ought to be exploring new opportunities as a result if any? This pod, we’re joined by CLNS podcast producer Evan Valenti as we try to get to the bottom of these questions.

Join Alex Goldberg, Cam Tabatabaie and Justin Quinn as we point fingers and beg for change going forward.

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