With a quarter of the 2022-23 NBA season more or less behind us at this point in the league calendar, we can begin to say some things about how teams around the Association have been doing.
Whether teams like the Indiana Pacers and Utah Jazz continue defying expectations might still depend on how their front offices feel about their potential lottery odds if they pull the plug on trying to 2022-23, but what we have seen from the Boston Celtics is a rock-solid contender that not only built on what they did to end last season but have truly come into their own with a historic offense as well.
To talk it over, ESPN analyst Tim Bontemps recently highlighted the Celtics on his "Stock Report" segment.
Take a look at the clip embedded above to hear what he had to say!
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