When the Boston Celtics lost to the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, President of Basketball Operations Brad Stevens congratulated the Warriors for winning the championship, some of whom now have four, solidifying a modern day dynasty.
Stevens stood outside the locker room and shook hands with every Warriors player and coach after the game six championship victory.
When the Warriors returned to the TD Garden for the first time since the Finals this past Thursday, a GSW team official pulled Stevens aside to let him know that it didn’t go unnoticed and it in fact resonated with the players.
Stevens has always been a class act and this is another example of him doing so. This is the type of person he is, whether as coach or team president, he would’ve done the same thing regardless.
Stevens is one of a kind and we’re lucky to have him in Boston.
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