Team chemistry will be a point of emphasis for the next version of the Boston Celtics
Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown embrace for a hug | Photo courtesy of celtics.com
No one is interested in talking about last season anymore. Let’s put that in the forgettable bank and move forward. Luckily for Boston Celtics fans, it seems as if the team is looking forward as well.
Sometimes team chemistry can be a bit overrated in sports. Talent will sometimes outweigh if guys actually like each other, but as we saw last season, the talented Celtics team ultimately failed due to team chemistry.
Semi Ojeleye has some good news:
Semi Ojeleye said he thinks the vibe is “a lot lighter” now around the Celtics.
And Kemba Walker’s goals are not about team or individual accomplishments, but he highlights something else:
Kemba says one of his biggest goals is to have everyone on the #Celtics get along. "I want the camaraderie to be super high. I want us to have great chemistry as a team because it will translate on the court into wins."
How exciting will it be to watch a team that pulls for each other? This pulled on my heart strings:
Tremont Waters says Marcus Smart texted him after the death of his father — and the pair had not yet had a face-to-face conversation: "Immediately, I knew it was a place I could call home because of that one reason."