I'm hoping that this "Kyrie Factor" takes us deep into June 2018.
It is nice to talk about hope and make predictions, but until the rubber meets the road I'll hold out on jumping on the bandwagon.
Celtic Pride is not about being on ESPN and in the media constantly. It's about results.
Until Kyrie and Hayward take this team farther than IT4 did I won't say if the trade was a success. Call it unfair or illogical (beat you to it, Eddie20) if you want to, but I've been a Diehard Celtics fan for TOO LONG (1981) to jump on bandwagons and hype.
The Boston Celtics - with each iteration of success we've had over the years - have been about sacrifice, hard work, teamwork, determination, DEFENSE, grit, guile. Not Hollywood or hype.
I love Kyrie and Hayward and the rest of this team but IT set the bar - not only with his play but with his love of this team and organization. He did it in a SHORT time, too.
Time to get to work.