On Tuesday evening, it was announced that Philadelphia's Joel Embiid had been named the NBA's Most Valuable Player for the 2022-23 season, which should have made the Boston Celtics feel even worse in theory. Losing Game 1 to a playoff opponent who was missing their best player was already a tough pill to swallow. However, the following day, it was revealed that the Celtics had avoided facing the league's MVP, yet still lost. It's rare for a team to have such an opportunity to take control of a best-of-seven series, especially when they're already favored, playing at home, deeper, and more experienced. On top of that, they were relieved of the challenge of dealing with the Sixers' 7-foot, 280-pound two-way threat, only to end up falling flat on their face.
It seems he reached Draymond comparisons after all
I wrote an article previewing the NBA Western Conference. Hope you all enjoy!
I wrote an article on how I think the Eastern Conference standings will turn out this season. Hope y'all enjoy!
Not even one week later, and before the end of the postseason, The Ringer already has proposed a Ben Simmons trade.
Celtics collapse vs Blazers!
Jaylen Brown is apparently out for the season with torn ligaments in wrist . Just when you think this season could not get worse it does. Just horrible news ..Ugh
Jayson Tatum scored 53 points. How did he do it?
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