If you didn’t tune in for the Rockets‘ 123-120 win over the Celtics on Saturday night, shame on you. You missed a flat-out classic. I know you aren’t supposed to throw that word around for a regular-season game, but I’m telling you, this game, man. Unbelievable. If the NBA were to get seven games like that in a playoff series, or even five or six, the TV ratings would shoot into orbit.
If only we could do the logical thing and restructure the playoffs.
More on that this week, so check back.
For now, let’s stay with what was one of the best games we’ve seen in a long time, and what it means moving forward. First, the Celtics look like they’re back as a fringe title contender. It’s asking a lot because they don’t have the collective offensive star power of a Houston or Golden State and thus have a much smaller margin for error, but clearly when they play to their peak, they can hang with, and beat, the very best.
Since the break, Boston is 4-1, albeit against four non-playoff teams — and the offense that was starting to rely heavily, too heavily, on Kyrie Irving creating everything, has opened up again. Over the last five they’re averaging a tick under 119 points per
Article source: https://www.cbssports.com/nba/news/celtics-getting-back-to-contender-status-nba-playoffs-setting-up-to-be-incredible/
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