The Boston Celtics sit atop a two-game lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers, and are poised to dispatch the Cleveland Cavaliers to advance to the NBA Finals.
They've done this despite injuries to Kyrie Irving, Gordon Hayward, Daniel Theis and Shane Alrkin, and might just be the team to end LeBron James' eight-year finals streak, last interrupted by the 2010 Celts. They still have to win another pair of games out of the five potentially remaining, and are heading to Cleveland for that squad's homestretch. How will the Cavs repond at home? What should Boston do to adjust (if anything), and if succesful, how might things get shaken up in the East? Mark Allison and Justin Quinn tackle these questions, and even take a stab at the NBA Draft prospects who might fall in Boston's range now that the draft lottery is settled.
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