Aron Baynes Sees Eerie Similarities Between Celtics And Former Team

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Aron Baynes Sees Eerie Similarities Between Celtics And Former Team
Aron Baynes Sees Eerie Similarities Between Celtics And Former Team

Aron Baynes played for the 2012-13 San Antonio Spurs, a team that nearly won a championship before losing in heartbreaking fashion to LeBron James' Miami Heat. Waxing nostalgic, Baynes couldn't help but notice how eerily similar his 2017-18 Boston Celtics team was to his Spurs team back then, according to ESPN's Chris Forsberg. The teams had two of the brightest minds as coaches in Gregg Popovich and Brad Stevens. The similarities don't end there. When it comes to depth, both teams went deep in their rotation. The Spurs played nine players averaging at least 15 minutes on the floor, and the Celtics had to go deep into the rotation because of all their injuries. During their run, Tim Duncan anchored

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