Entering the 2018-19 NBA season, the Boston Celtics were viewed as the No. 1 favorite team to fully dominate the LeBron James-less Eastern Conference and challenge the Golden State Warriors for the NBA championship. Unfortunately, having one of the most talented rosters in the league did more harm than good for the Celtics as most of their core players failed to build good chemistry.
After suffering a huge disappointment, Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck said in a recent interview with Boston Herald that he expects his team to have the “most uncertain offseason” they ever faced since the summer of 2007, where they tried to convince Paul Pierce to stay and surround him with players that helped them win the 2008 NBA championship. As of now, the Celtics made it known to everyone in the league their No. 1 priority in the 2019 NBA offseason is to bring Kyrie Irving back to the fold.
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by – inquisitr.com