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    Celtics length continues to give opponents trouble (podcast)

    NBA expert, Sam Vecenie looks at the Celtics length and how it's making opponents nuts.


    In this episode, Sam Vecenie chats with Cole Zwicker about two topics. First, we talk about the Celtics. Why has Jayson Tatum been so successful this year? What’s been the difference in his jump shot? How good is Jaylen Brown? What makes Marcus Smart such a special player despite the lack of individual efficiency?

    Then, we chat NBA Draft prospects. Mikal Bridges had his big breakout last night against Gonzaga, so where is he now? What happened in the big DeAndre Ayton vs. Robert Williams matchup? How about Lonnie Walker’s breakout game against Boston, and Mohamed Bamba’s alien dunk against VCU? Finally, some notes on players like Landry Shamet, Bonzie Colson, Jevon Carter, Chandler Hutchison, and finally Killian Tillie.

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    Nick Gelso

    Nick Gelso has been covering the NBA and Boston Celtics since 2008. He has locker room experience and is an accomplished NBA broadcaster. Gelso has appeared on Boston tv/radio, San Diego television, Las Vegas television, ESPN, CBS Sports. Gelso is the CEO & Founder of CLNS Media. In addition to doing the business of a CEO, Gelso is also an analyst for CLNS Media's Garden Report Celtics Post Game Show shot on the famed parquet floor, following every Celtics game. Airing his first podcast in 2008, Nick is also an accomplished podcast consultant and widely considered a pioneer of the podcast industry.