Celtics champ Kendrick Perkins highlights 3 things Boston must do to win Game 6 against the Dubs

What do the Boston Celtics need to do Thursday night at their home court, TD Garden, to ensure they take on the Golden State Warriors in a winner-take-all contest for the 2022 NBA Championship in San Francisco the following Sunday? At least one former Celtics champion has watched the series and offered his advice.

That would be ESPN’s Kendrick Perkins, of course, who recently spent some time on NBA Today to outline what needs to happen for Boston in Game 6 in order to make a Game 7 contest for Banner 18 a reality. Some of the areas that Perk points out spilled quite a bit of ink, e.g. B. Not flipping the ball.

Others are less conventional ideas about what the Celtics should be leaning towards, but an aspect of the game he is very familiar with at the highest level.

Watch the clip embedded above to see what the 2008 title winner Boston proposes to do to keep his season alive.

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