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NBA Finals: Scouts weigh in at Warriors vs. Celtics

The 2022 NBA Finals is a compelling duel. It’s superior shooting against a generational defense, an established superstar (Stephen Curry) versus an up-and-coming (Jayson Tatum), and a series that frankly could be decided by who commits the fewest turnovers. sports illustrated asked two assistant coaches, one from the Eastern Conference and one from the West, to comment on the encounter.

Sports Illustrated: What’s the most dangerous thing about Boston?

east trainer: Defensive is the greatest. Her length and ability to basically switch across the board is incredible. They take the three out of the game, kinda jump on guys. Especially with Robert Williams in there, they seem confident that god forbid they get beaten, they will have protection on the edge. You’re only really defensive for a man. Whether it [Marcus] Smart, obviously Tatum has shown he can play both sides of the ball, and then [Jaylen] Brown, but then [Derrick] White from the bank. They’re after you with everyone.

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