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Aron Baynes compares the Celtics Eastern Conference Finals loss to the 2013 Finals.

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Spurs never stop being Spurs, but sometimes they play for other teams. Such is the situation with a member of the 2014 Championship team, Aron Baynes.

Baynes left San Antonio for Detroit when the money was too good to pass up. A couple of year later he signed with the Boston Celtics. He has done quite well for himself. And a couple of days ago, the Celtics fell to the Cleveland Cavaliers in game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

But instead of sulking, praising LeBron’s infallibility to get to the Finals, or blaming the loss on key injuries, Baynes made this statement:

It’s great to see the Spurs attitude still pulsing through. Keep an eye on the Celtics next season. Something tells me they will be ready and up for the challenge.


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