Celtics’ future remains bright despite NBA Finals loss

BOSTON – Construction of the podium for the awards ceremony was nearing completion, and even as a group of smiling, sweaty warriors hopped around it, Jayson Tatum couldn’t bring himself to leave the ground. The most successful season of Tatum’s five-year NBA career had ended on her most frustrating night: 13 points in 6-for-18 shooting in a 103-90 loss in Game 6. As Golden State celebrated, Tatum peered up at the Jumbotron as if to he still has a few minutes left on the clock.

“It’s difficult to get to this point and not achieve what we wanted,” Tatum said. “It hurts.”

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