The Boston Celtics are seen as a legitimate threat in the upcoming Disney bubble and these six stats could certainly aid in their quest to attain banner number 18.
With the calendar’s page having been flipped to July, we are a mere 28 days away from seeing the Boston Celtics take the hardwood for the first time since March 10th.
As we all know, the global pandemic known has COVID-19 managed to put sports and, frankly, life on hold beginning a few months back. Now, thanks to the unimaginable hard work from front-line workers, the globe’s top scientific minds, and the everyday people who opted to follow regulations and Coronavirus guidelines, we are beginning to see the world come closer to what was once perceived a “normal.”
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For NBA fans, however, a sense of normalcy won’t be felt until they see LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and the rest of the league’s top stars return to action come July 30th at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Disney World.
Though things may be a bit different than in comparison to any other season, make no mistake about it, this year’s championship will be as hard as any to attain.
Coming into the resumption, similar to how they were perceived during the regular season initially, the shamrocks are viewed as one of the top five most likely teams to take home the Larry O’Brien trophy in 2020.
While the eye-test prior to the season’s hiatus certainly would have fans approve of such a status, there are six specific statistics — three offensive, three defensive — that prove why the Boston Celtics should easily be one of the most feared teams heading into Orlando: