The Boston Celtics' 2018-19 season hasn't played out (at least so far) as many would have hoped, and there certainly hasn't been a lack of drama on and off the court.
Inconsistent results, frustrating play, team meetings, rumors/distractions over Kyrie Irving's future, and other stuff all have contributed to a roller-coaster regular season in Boston.
Even after Saturday night's disappointing loss to the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center, veteran forward Marcus Morris remains confident in his team, and he is optimistic the situation will turn around when the playoffs begin in April.
Morris not concerned about the path of this team. "In a few years they're going to do a 30 for 30 on this team."— Mark Murphy (@Murf56) March 31, 2019
If the Celtics were to address their on-court issues and win the 2019 NBA Finals, that story certainly would be worthy of a "30 for 30" documentary from ESPN. ESPN's award-winning series has produced many fantastic documentaries on the biggest sports stories of the last 30 years, and a few of them already done have been about Boston teams and/or players (including "Without Bias" and "Four Days in October").
The Celtics have a long ways to go before we think about any celebratory films, however. They still haven't even clinched homecourt advantage for the first-round of the NBA playoffs. This week's matchups, including a pivotal game Friday night on the road against the Indiana Pacers, will play a huge part in whether Boston accomplishes that goal ahead of Round 1.
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