We have been hearing quite a bit about just how good the Boston Celtics' offense has been to start the 2022-23 NBA season, but how does it really stack up historically when one looks at the data?
NBC Sports Boston's Chris Forsberg and Adina Smith recently took a deep dive into the numbers behind the Celtics' offense this year on a recent episode of "Forsberg's Four" and came up with some impressive results. The data suggests that not only is this team very good indeed on the offensive end of the court but so much so that there are simply no teams to use as a good comparison.
Take a look at the clip embedded below to hear Forsberg and Smith discuss just how special this Boston offense truly is so that Celtics fans can fully appreciate the greatness unfolding in front of them
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