The Boston Celtics were one of the feel-good stories of the regular season -- a young, feisty team that beat everyone’s expectations to make the playoffs.
Jared Sullinger was a big reason why. And in the second playoff game of his young career, Sully set a screen so perfect that it could be used in basketball textbooks. The only problem? He set it for the best player in the world.
Better luck next game, Jared.
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