For the Boston Celtics, coming close to an NBA title is not enough

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In the underbelly of TD Garden, beneath the black upholstered seats and an extended outlet cross from the famed parquet ground, the house and highway locker rooms lie parallel to one another, separated by solely a slim hallway and a white paint-splashed concrete wall. A really un-soundproof wall, it seems, one which the Celtics—had they been ready to foresee the consequence of the 2022 Finals—would have bolted acoustic panels to years in the past. Inside Boston’s locker room, minutes after they dropped a series-clinching Game 6 to Golden State, tears flowed. Blank faces stared down at crumpled stat sheets. Ime Udoka was the first to break the silence. “And I don’t assume he needed to,” says heart Al Horford. Outside, the roar from dozens of champagne-soaked Warriors gamers and personnel was unavoidable. The pulsing from the hip-hop music vibrated by the flooring. “Trust me,” says Horford, “we may hear every little thing.”


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