The Boston Celtics Should Have Learned These Two Lessons From The NCAA Tournament

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Apr 7, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Connecticut Huskies guard Ryan Boatright (11) cuts the net after beating the Kentucky Wildcats in the championship game of the Final Four in the 2014 NCAA Mens Division I Championship tournament at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Well, Boston Celtics fans, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament has come and gone.  As always, it provided me with hours of entertainment, and not just because I am a University of Kentucky fan.  There were so many upsets, nail-biters, buzzer-beaters, and pleasant surprises that it is hard to get back into NBA mode, since the NBA playoffs don’t start for another 10 days.

Still, enter NBA mode I must, so it’s time to consider what the Boston Celtics learned from this most recent NCAA Tournament.

*Clearly, the rest of the NBA learned these lessons too – but who cares about those guys?  

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