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Brad Steven describes Nets as “the deepest team in the NBA

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Boston Celtics head coach, Brad Steven, has reacted to his side’s home loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Christmas Day, describing them as ‘the deepest team in the NBA’.

Celtics lost (95-123) their second game of the season to Brooklyn Nets, who had Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving firing from all angles.

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And Brad thinks that they are the deepest team in the world.

Brad Steven also revealed that his side were much more competitive than last week, when they played the Brooklyn Nets in the preseason finale.

I think it’s the deepest team in the NBA.

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I thought we competed way better today than we did last week…the game got away from us.”

Isolation defense on Kevin Durant is a problem for every person in the world.

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Boston Celtics will play Indiana Pacers on Monday in their third game of the campaign.

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