Boston Celtics: 3 observations from Sunday scrimmage

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The Boston Celtics had a scrimmage on Sunday against the Suns and we learned a lot about how the team will look.

Sports have finally made their return. Nature is beginning to heal itself. Boston Celtics fans are getting to see their favorite players on the court once again.

The Celtics have their first sedding game on Friday. With that, competitive basketball will be back in Boston.

Before that some scrimmages are being played to shake off the rust and get teams warned up. Boston played their second one on Sunday.

The Celtics went up against the Suns and got a win against Phoenix, but the scoreline isn’t really what matters. The most important thing is that the Celtics play well and are back to regular season form.

Boston should have a chance to go far down in Orlando. They are one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference but they still have some work to do.

One of the most important things is Kemba Walker’s health. Walker has had a knee problem that has made things difficult for him. We have seen him miss plenty of games during the regular season due to this issue.

Sunday was the first time fans got to see the full C’s roster. It was a great game that showed just how ready the C’s are.

So let’s look at the three observations from the Celtics win on Sunday against the Phoenix Suns down in Florida.

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