Ronnie 2k: After Celtics bolster 2022 Finals core, ‘the sky’s the limit’

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This year’s Las Vegas Summer League proceedings were hosted by the team behind the popular basketball simulation game series NBA 2K for the release of the 2K23 iteration of the game, uniting an increasingly entangled world of gamers, fans, and NBA cognoscenti for a week and change of networking, showcasing, and planning for the coming season.

To that end, our Cameron Tabatabaie was in attendance and got to speak with the series ambassador Ronnie Singh, better known as Ronnie2k, the man you see revealing the top players’ ranking each year among many duties promoting the series. The two of course touched on the Boston Celtics in Tabatabaie’s interview, who the 2K spokesman had plenty to say about not only their future but their impressive run to the 2022 NBA Finals as well.

“They were scary all season,” said Singh.

“I literally thought that they were the (Golden State) Warriors’ biggest challenge, so I wasn’t surprised that they got to the Finals,” he added.

“They’re young, and they just had a really good offseason. They’ve made some really good signings, so the sky’s the limit. They have got to keep that core together. They kind of have everything and I think next year, it’s more wide open than it has been in a while.”

“Who knows how free agency ends up and (whether) we have some super-super team, but I think Boston’s positioned really well around Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown,” added the 2K guru.

Whether on the court of an actual NBA game or on the screen of fans playing the latest version of the famed 2K series, Brown, Tatum, and the Celtics are increasingly at home as one of the first squads on people’s lips when it comes to the top teams in the league.

And the way things have been going, it might not be too long before we see a Celtics star gracing a 2K cover for good measure.

This post originally appeared on Celtics Wire.

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