Don’t expect the Celtics to make any big changes

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Celtics majority owner and governor Wyc Grousbeck reappeared at Felger and Mazz on Tuesday after the Celtics lost to the Warriors in the NBA Finals with a quick turnaround in the offseason.

As part of the call, Grousbeck addressed his expectations for basketball division president Brad Stevens regarding the team’s improvement. He put aside any crazy ideas to blow up the team and instead alluded to future moves aimed at strengthening the existing core.

“We love the squad. We obviously want to tweak it rather than blow it up, so we’ll see if there’s any tweaks that make sense,” Grousbeck said. “Continuity is clearly a good thing. We love our boys. We’re just looking for additions.”

Grousbeck also addressed various storylines that unfolded throughout the season and his short- and long-term view of the team. Listen to the full interview above.

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