Danny Ainge: Celtics ‘can beat anybody on any given night’

Danny Ainge likes Boston's depth, but knows they don't have much margin for error.
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In a recent radio interview with the Boston's 98.5 The Sports Hub, Celtics President Danny Ainge had quite a bit to say about this year's team, and what fans should expect. 

He loves their depth, but understands how difficult it'll be for head coach Brad Stevens to manage expectations and keep everyone happy. Still, if all the players buys in, this team will be extremely tough to beat on a nightly basis.

Here's a snippet from the interview:

Many believe the Celtics will be very good this year, but a lot needs to go right. And they're still nowhere near a championship until they acquire a top-15 player.

(h/t: MassLive)

“I feel like we're a team that can beat anybody on any given night, and so consistency is going to be a big issue. Having our players buy in to the depth that is the strength of our team is not an easy task for Brad, and I think that there's a lot of questions to still be answered about our team. But I'm really excited about them, and really excited about our training camp and our practices and our preparation. I can't wait for the season to start.”

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