It's been almost a year since the Celtics had a losing month (played 2/3 of a season at a 52-win pace)

For the first year-and-a-half of his NBA coaching tenure, Brad Stevens' Celtics never posted a winning month.  That all changed last February.

Coming off a 9-7 November, Boston has now gone five consecutive months with a .500 record or better (h/t to A. Sherrod Blakely of CSNNE):

February: 7-4
March: 10-8
April: 7-1
October: 1-1
November: 9-7

The Celtics last endured a losing month in January before the arrival of Isaiah Thomas, when they went 5-11.  Going back to February 2, Boston is 34-20 in its past 54 games.  That's two-thirds of season with a .630 winning percentage, which projects to 52 wins over a full 82-game schedule.

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