You'd have to go back to the 2004 Pistons to find a potential Finals participant with this balanced of a roster. You can still advance deep into the playoffs without a high-usage player.
These Conference Finals have been, while not wholly uncompetitive in a macro sense, dull on a game-by-game basis. It would be nice if they stopped, one at a time, trading impressive efforts, and played well simultaneously.
After redshirting his first year, the six-foot-seven wing improved year-over-year the next three seasons, graduated and now leaves Villanova as a two-time National Champion.
The Celts are astonishingly good at making you forget their predicament and instead focus your attention on what they do well, which is to say they're persistent and don't make many mistakes.
As we have come to expect, LeBron James was better in Game 2 than in Game 1 but it still wasn't enough to level the series.