Al Horford praises head coach after Game 3 win over 76ers: ‘Brad [Stevens] is a genius’ | ESPN

Al Horford praises head coach Brad Stevens after the Boston Celtics’ Game 3 win over the Philadelphia 76ers, and calls him a “genius.”

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23 thoughts on “Al Horford praises head coach after Game 3 win over 76ers: ‘Brad [Stevens] is a genius’ | ESPN

  1. I predicted this game ever since the Kyrie trade. BOSTON VS CLEVELAND Eastern Conference Finals. The only thing is I thought Kyrie would be playing in the game. Looks like BOSTON is still going to beat Cleveland without him. Man, these boys ain't no joke up there. BOSTON WOULD HAVE MURDERED PEOPLE with Gordon and Kyrie on the court as well.

  2. Horford showed why he's an all star. Such a great player, both ends of the floor. He's the main reason the Celtics are competing this far

  3. Boston is going to be devastating with a lineup of Kyrie, Tatum, Hayward, Brown, Horford. That's their version of the death lineup, super small ball

  4. BRAD STEVENS IS A GENIUS, exactly. The most ignored fact this season. For the 3rd straight game, the Celtics outsmarted, outworked and outcoached the the more complete, more athletic, deeper and bigger 76ers. This series shows that size, skills and athleticism are not the only factors in winning. High basketball IQ, court awareness, hustle and coaching are just as important.

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