Celtics Lab 156: Sorting out homestands, road trips and early cases for accolades with Bobby Krivitsky

Celtics Lab 156: Sorting out homestands, road trips and early cases for accolades with Bobby Krivitsky

At roughly the 2022-23 NBA season’s quarter point, the Boston Celtics stand alone with a 17-4 record and a two-game lead over the next-closest club (Milwaukee).

What can the play of a team with an historic offense and an improving defense tell us about how Boston will play for the rest of the season?

On this episode of the CLNS Media “Celtics Lab” podcast, Sports Illustrated’s Bobby Krivitsky joins the pod to talk over the Celtics’ recent play, the schedule in the week and month ahead, and how we are feeling about the team’s play relative to several narratives surrounding some full-season accolades.

Join hosts Cameron Tabatabaie, Alex Goldberg and Justin Quinn as the trio joins Kravitsy in breaking down what has admittedly been among the most fun Boston rosters to watch in a very long time.

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Story originally appeared on Celtics Wire