Celtics coach Brad Stevens will have a different roster to work with next season.
Boston lost star guard Kyrie Irving, along with forward Al Horford, in free agency this summer but acquired Kemba Walker in a sign-and-trade with the Hornets. Stevens addressed the team’s recent moves when he met with reporters Tuesday.
“Anytime you go through a year like we went through, where you don’t necessarily meet expectations, there’s probably going to be some change,” Stevens said, via The Boston Globe.
Irving, who ended up signing with the Nets, had a rough stint in Boston. He was reportedly unhappy and had issues with teammates as well as the coaching staff.
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