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Celtics' Brad Stevens says no lineup changes coming yet, despite Gordon ...


The Boston Celtics made it to the Eastern Conference finals last season despite going through the playoffs without a number of players, including Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward .


Everyone expected that the return of that talented duo would lead to the Celtics becoming an Eastern Conference powerhouse this season, but it hasn't happened.


Nearly a month into the regular season, the Celtics are just 7-6, sitting at fifth place in the East, and already four and a half games behind the Toronto Raptors .


Speaking to the Gary Washburn, Gordon Hayward said he's open to a change if it helps the team win.


As for Hayward, he's shooting just 39 percent from the field and hasn't regained his rhythm on the floor after missing all of last season.


The current starting lineup features the team's five most talented players, and longterm offers them their best chance for success.




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