The Boston Celtics have championship expectations for the 2018-19 season - and for good reason. Boston’s young stars will only continue to improve, Gordon Hayward and Kyrie Irving are both fully healthy, and the LeBron James-less Eastern Conference is there for the taking. The Boston Celtics are one of the premier teams in the NBA, with the perfect blend of established stars, emerging youth, and a genius brain trust on the sidelines and front office.
After Gordon Hayward went down with a gruesome injury on Opening Night, expectations weren’t that high in Boston. And after Kyrie Irving got hurt towards the end of the season, many counted the Celtics out. Despite the low expectations, Boston’s young stars propelled them to Game 7 in the Eastern Conference Finals. Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown are budding superstars who can do it all: shoot from three, attack the basket, and defend at an elite level. Point guard Terry Rozier also enjoyed a breakthrough postseason, providing a spark of energy and playmaking during Irving’s absence. The excitement Tatum, Brown, and Rozier brought to the city of Boston last season will most definitely carry over to 2018-19.
The return of Gordon Hayward will make the Celtics even deeper and better. His emotional journey back from last year’s injury is a great storyline heading into the season. Hayward joins Kyrie Irving and Al Horford as the veteran All-Stars to lead Boston’s youth movement. Kyrie Irving’s dazzling ball handling and acrobatic finishes around the rim will make The Garden crowd go wild and help Boston climb the standings just like last year. As for Horford, his leadership, defense, and offensive versatility is a crucial part of the team's success.
The Celtics brain trust of general manager Danny Ainge and head coach Brad Stevens is what makes the organization so special. Ainge is known as a shrewd negotiator in trades and an unbelievable drafter, highlighted by the recent selections of Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. Stevens has gained the reputation as the NBA’s best young coach, especially after his ability to guide last year’s injury-riddled team within one game of the NBA Finals.
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