At the top of the 2020-21 NBA season, the Boston Celtics were the Twenty fifth-worst team within the NBA at assists per game, and the outcomes bore that out on the court with the team underachieving to the extent of talent on the team. But after head coach Brad Stevens gave up the reigns to his successor in a single Ime Udoka to make the leap to team president, that jumped as much as 14th within the league by the top of the 2021-22 Celtics season.
The creativity and effectiveness of Boston’s ball movement caught the eye of the parents within the league office as well, who added the Celtics to the NBA’s “Top 50 assists of the 2021-22 NBA season” clip they recently released to maintain us occupied within the dog days of summer.
Take a take a look at the clip embedded below to see which dimes from Boston’s players were worthy of the honour while we wait for preseason basketball to reach in October.
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