CL Pod 68: Taking stock of Boston's offseason

With a loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals in the books, the offseason begins for the Boston Celtics.

It's shaping up to be an important one, and while there's unlikely to be any "fireworks" on a scale most younger Cs fans would expect before heading into a season where Boston is widely seen to be among the league's strongest contenders, some very important business lies ahead. 

From resigning key free agents and potentially extending eligible players, to who the team might add via the draft and in free agency, Topher Lane and Mark Allison have plenty to discuss in this week's CL Pod. 

There's even a little schadenfreude to be had as they discuss the ending of Game One of the NBA Finals, and whether (or where) that end might send LeBron James, so be sure to stick around to the end.

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