Has the recent losing streak of the Boston Celtics given fans something to be concerned about? Or are people overanalyzing one of the best teams in the league? Can both things be true at the same time?
The Celtics' consistent issue of playing down to lesser opponents on paper - particularly against longer and taller teams - suggest there may be a need for more veteran voices committed to winning on a day-by-day basis, as well as perhaps to add some length and size to the roster. Heavy minutes of play for the team's best players and lingering concerns about age and injury may also play a role.
The hosts of the eponymous WEEI sports radio talk show "Gresh and Fauria" dived into these issues for a recent episode.
Take a look at the clip embedded above to hear what they had to say.
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Story originally appeared on Celtics Wire
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