Revamped Celtics hope they’ve closed gap with new-look Cavs

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BOSTON — The day after one of the most memorable seasons in Boston Celtics history ended last spring — and that’s saying something, considering it was one in which the Celtics didn’t raise a title banner — Boston players gathered at the team’s training facility, where one question hovered like a fog amid the 17 banners that ring the practice floor.

How could the Celtics close the gap with the Cleveland Cavaliers?

As enthralling as Boston’s season was, spearheaded by a 5-foot-9 Isaiah Thomas transforming himself into an All-NBA player before a balky hip could take no more, the Celtics had been swiftly and unceremoniously bounced from the Eastern Conference finals in five games by LeBron James Co.

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