CLPod 88: A tale of two Celtics, or, consistent inconsistency

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, all in a little over a week.

The Boston Celtics have played world-beater and whimperer as their best selves gave us a look at what they can do to teams like the Indiana Pacers, while also showing how little they can give each other against teams like the Orlando Magic and Brooklyn Nets.

What's the deal? Who will be seeing come April, and will the seeding have gotten so bad it won't matter? Who is to blame for the bad, and who deserves credit for the good?

What are Boston's immediate and longer-term priorities given all of this? Join Topher Lane and Justin Quinn as they try to make sense of this complicated and often-frustrating team as we cross the season's halfway point.

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