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  3. Despite Youth, Celtics Boast Plenty of Experience at this Stage  Celtics.com
  4. Get ready to see more of Deuce Tatum  The Boston Globe
  5. Hochman: Tatum! Flaherty! Maroon! Tonight is the ultimate St. Louis sports TV night  STLtoday.com
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When Gordon Hayward went down in the first round of the playoffs with an ankle injury, things looked bleak for Boston. But instead of folding, the team inserted its sixth man into the starting lineup and hasn’t looked back.When Gordon Hayward went down in the first round of the playoffs with an ankle injury, things looked bleak for Boston. But instead of folding, the team inserted its sixth man into the starting lineup and hasn’t looked back.

Marcus Smart’s Controlled Chaos Is Powering the Celtics - The Ringer

Youthful teams often don’t last long in the NBA Playoffs. The Boston Celtics, however, have proven to be an exception to that rule this summer, having made it all the way to the Eastern Conference Finals despite having the youngest roster of all 16 playoff teams.Youthful teams often don’t last long in the NBA Playoffs. The Boston Celtics, however, have proven to be an exception to that rule this summer, having made it all the way to the Eastern Conference

Despite Youth, Celtics Boast Plenty of Experience at this Stage | Boston Celtics

Former Blues hero Patrick Maroon could return to the Stanley Cup Final with a win tonight.Former Blues hero Patrick Maroon could return to the Stanley Cup Final with a win tonight.

Hochman: Tatum! Flaherty! Maroon! Tonight is the ultimate St. Louis sports TV night | Benjamin Hochman | stltoday.com

Families will be allowed to attend games during the Eastern Conference finals, bringing some much-needed support for players as they grind through the rest of the season.Families will be allowed to attend games during the Eastern Conference finals, bringing some much-needed support for players as they grind through the rest of the season.

Get ready to see more of Deuce Tatum - The Boston Globe

Boston Celtics star point guard Kemba Walker opened up about the lessons learned from the epic seven-game series against the Toronto Raptors.Important.

Celtics news: Kemba Walker on lessons learned from Raptors series

Celtics news: Kemba Walker on lessons learned from Raptors series