Stephen A. lists the ways Celtics could ‘screw up’ dethroning the Warriors | First Take

Stephen A. Smith breaks down the ways the Boston Celtics could falter this season and fail to dethrone the Golden State Warriors as NBA champions.

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5 Thoughts to “Stephen A. lists the ways Celtics could ‘screw up’ dethroning the Warriors | First Take”

  1. Rain Bow

    They can beat the warriors. Celtics needs to trade brown or tatum to become allstars.

  2. Yondy Udonta

    Stephen A was so right about Kawhi. He’s not the guy who can take the team to the promise land. This came from Kawhi’s fans 🖐🏽

  3. Tip Sheikh

    YALL WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY overrate kyrie for real. hes a nice 25pt, 5 assist is Dame. neither can pass like an actual playmaking PG, neither knows what Defense is. Oh and mark my words, Kyrie gonna get injured…. again. ppl forget that he get hurt every year. Like CP3. Celtics are gonna realize they are better without a ballhogging, youth player-stunting, point guard. They were flowing after kyrie got hurt. Max and SAS massively overrate him. They literally use what they “HOPE” as reasons that things will naturally work. Its literally things kyries never proven, ie, be a passer, play d, be healthy, and yall pinning hopes to him. Oh another ballhogging no D playing guard? IT4… whatd boston do with him after injury? Book it, 1 yr, he wont be there

  4. Banana Rama

    After that opener idk man. Kyrie and Hayward both had bad games and the Celts still beat Philly by double digits. If this team gets real chemistry and consistency they’re scary.


    Celtics doesn’t really need Hayward, they could trade him for a AD or a better center.

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