The Atlantic Files Ep160: Boston Celtics troubles

The Atlantic Files
Property of Basketball Society and Alex Fischbein

Both Conference Finals series are set to be underway. In the East, the Miami Heat have actually already taken a 2-0 lead over the Boston Celtics. While the two teams are quite closely matched, the Celtics have to figure out how to reverse their woes soon if they want a chance.

Jayson Tatum, a newly selected All-NBA Third Team member, has been the driving force yet again for the Celtics. Honestly, if it wasn’t for him, then the Celtics probably would get blown out and swept. The rest of the team has shot very poorly from beyond the arc, and the offense is getting quite stagnant.

How can this team reverse their fortunes and tie the series back up against the Heat? Is Jimmy Butler too good for them to beat?

In other news, the All-NBA teams have officially been selected. There were a few guys that everyone agrees with. Giannis Antetokounmpo and LeBron James both were unanimous First-Team selections. The third team is where the real arguing begins though. Bradley Beal and Khris Middleton both missed all three teams?

Finally, we also talk about whether the Toronto Raptors would be better for Kawhi Leonard and we question where Giannis will end up going if it’s not Milwaukee.

All of that and more in the latest episode below!


1:15 – Boston Celtics vs Miami Heat series

13:45 – Celtics have ball movement issues, is Kemba Walker fatigued?

19:45 – Los Angeles Clippers upset, would the Raptors be better for Kawhi?

25:10 – Los Angeles Lakers vs Denver Nuggets series

26:30 – All-NBA team selections

29:00 – Rudy Gobert and Russell Westbrook really deserve Third-team?

37:45 – Where could Giannis go?

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