Twitter jokes about Marcus Smart's flop in Game 7

Twitter jokes about Marcus Smart's flop in Game 7

Twitter jokes about Marcus Smart's flop in Game 7

We were unstopable, but the winning streak came to a close.

In other words, the Celtics are just getting started. For these teams, this is old news, yet for the first time in the past four years, the future seems uncertain.

Boston Celtics general manager and president of basketball operations Danny Ainge has scoffed at talks suggesting the team were better off without Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward.

It looks like Cleveland Cavaliers All-Star LeBron James may have received a bit of extra motivation from Paul Pierce during Sunday night's Game 7 win over the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals. It's hard for us Boston fans to see us fail when we are winners.

"That's led to speculation that the Celtics will be involved in trade talks this summer for some of its talent, and they surely will have discussions". This is only the beginning for the Boston Celtics. Here's a fun fact for ya, did you know Tatum would watch Paul Pierce films and follow his footsteps. However, the road to recovery for Gordon Hayward has been a different story.

It sucks watching the same two teams again in the NBA Finals. "He provides a lot of energy for our team, and I hope that we can work something out going forward". "I want to be here, so that's the plan right now", said Smart. I'm anxious about how players are working and how they perform on the court. He was fantastic offensively in the playoffs, but he was also a liability on defense. But with the Celtics shooters turning ice cold, LeBron James proved to be too much, amassing 35 points, 15 rebounds and nine assists while playing every second of the game. And in theory, both Irving and Hayward will be fully healthy by tip-off next season. Meanwhile, in the East, the Raptors and Wizards appear ready to rebuild, and pave the way for a conference dominated by youth. "I think that the further you go in the playoffs, the harder it is to lose".

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