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Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla, Jeff Van Gundy on joining the Clippers, and Siakam Extends in Indy

Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla, Jeff Van Gundy on joining the Clippers, and Siakam Extends in Indy

Update: 2024-06-201
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Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla joins The Lowe Post to discuss his flashbulb memories after winning the championship, his analytical approach, the challenge of repeating, and the role of luck in the playoffs. Then Jeff Van Gundy joins to discuss his role as an advisor to the Celtics and why he decided to join the Clippers staff as Ty Lue's lead assistant. Plus, the Pistons' firing of Monty Williams and the Pacers' extension with Pascal Siakam.


What was said in the halftime lockerroom of Game 5 (2:34 )


Flashbulb memories from the postgame blur (4:45 )


On how he and Zach ran into each other on the court before Game One (7:23 )


Learning from his personal Mount Rushmore of coaches (12:07 )


The influence of his father (15:12 )


How quickly this has all happened for him (22:45 )


Implementing his style in his first full off-season as the head coach (24:40 )


The 4th quarter of Game 3 (28:28 )


The impact of Al Horford (34:14 )


On the challenge of repeating (35:47 )


Van Gundy (41:13 )


On what he did for the Celtics (44:42 )


On being a part of his first championship team (47:31 )


Brad Stevens is a ruthless competitor (56:50 )


On joining the Clippers staff (1:01:44 )


News and notes from around the league (1:14:14 )


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Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla, Jeff Van Gundy on joining the Clippers, and Siakam Extends in Indy

Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla, Jeff Van Gundy on joining the Clippers, and Siakam Extends in Indy

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