Tuesday, October 26 2021

There have been a wide variety of perspectives on how the Boston Celtics have conducted their offseason, with some seeing it as a slam-dunk, others a disaster, and still more a work in progress. Whether you see the busy offseason by new President of Basketball Operations Brad Stevens as a runaway success or a colossal mess, you probably aren’t alone in your view.

On that particularly contentious topic, host of the NBC Sports Boston podcast “Celtics Talk” Chris Forsberg is joined by Stadium NBA analyst Jeff Goodman to talk about how Boston has done with their 2021 offseason to date, as well as how they feel about the recent trio of extensions the Celtics offered up to key players.

Watch the video embedded below to get their takes on everything Boston team building, and also how all the moving parts might function together.

This post originally appeared on Celtics Wire. Follow us on Facebook!

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