Bill Belichick: New England Patriots supporting Boston Celtics

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Boston Celtics Face the Golden State Warriors The NBA FinalsThey are a huge fan of hers. New England Patriots Bill Belichick is the best coach.

Belichick, who wore a Celtics cap to the team's first practice last week, made sure his assistants did as well. Tuesday was his opening remarks to reporters. He saluted the Eastern Conference champions.

“Another huge series for the Celtics. Bravo to the entire team, staff and organization. He said, “Great accomplishment.” “I look forward to watching that play out.”

Game 1 will be played at Golden State on Thursday, September 9th (9 p.m. ET, ABC).

Belichick answered a question about the Celtics' performance this season. “They've been great in the final two-thirds of the regular season and playoffs.” It's been very consistent. They have a lot good players. They played a great defense.

“They are tough, they hustle and they play smart basketball. It's a pleasure to watch. Enjoy watching.

Patriots safety Adrian PhillipsBecause of his Texas connections, he was hoping to see a Celtics-Mavericks NBA Finals gameup. However, he was also among the Patriots players supporting Boston on Tuesday.

A number of Patriots were able to attend the Celtics playoff game this year, including the quarterback. Mac JonesReceiver Kendrick BourneRunning back Damien Harris Closed end Jonnu Smith. Robert Kraft, Patriots owner, is also a frequent visitor to TD Garden.

Games 3 and 4, of the NBA Finals, are set to be played in Boston between June 8 and 10. The Patriots will hold a mandatory minicamp on June 9-9.

Belichick shared that he enjoys connecting with professional sports teams in Boston, going back to his first season as Patriots coach (2000) under Rick Pitino.

Bruins, Red Sox“I, Celtics, it has been a great relationship avec our players and their coaches, as well as the teams and players,” he stated.

“Some of these guys move on [but] It's important to keep in touch with them even though they are in different organizations. Will still support the home team. [But] The relationships that are there extend beyond the initial introduction.”

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