With the 2022-23 NBA season roughly a quarter way done, the Boston Celtics are the top team in the league and much of the credit can be handed to superstar forward Jayson Tatum’s Most Valuable Player-worthy level of play.
What is driving the St. Louis native to perform so consistently at such a high level? How is it making the Celtics’ offense not only top in the league but the greatest in the history of the NBA to date? And the question on the lips of fans and analysts of the Celtics as much as it is their opponents — is this kind of play truly sustainable for Boston?
The hosts of the “Hoopsology” podcast recently linked up with XCLNS Media’s Adam Kaufman to talk it over along with several other related topics.
Take a look at the clip embedded above to hear what the trio had to say.
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