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Celtics Jayson Tatum dismisses superteam narrative Game 2

Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum denies 'super team' label after Game 2 loss, faces pressure to respond in Game 3.

The Boston Celtics, led by star player Jayson Tatum, faced a shocking defeat at the hands of the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 2. Despite being considered the top contenders for the championship, the Celtics are under intense scrutiny due to their talented roster, which includes players like Jaylen Brown, Jrue Holiday, Kristaps Porzingis, and Al Horford.

The depth of talent on the Celtics' roster has created unrealistic expectations for the team to dominate every game. However, even the best teams in history have experienced embarrassing losses, as was the case for the Celtics in Game 2 against the Cavaliers.

Following the defeat, Tatum rejected the notion that the Celtics are a 'super team,' pointing out that the team has not received recognition in awards voting. Despite their talent, the Celtics acknowledge that they are not perfect and must improve their performance.

With Porzingis sidelined due to injury, the Celtics are facing pressure to bounce back in Game 3 against Cleveland. However, the team remains confident in their abilities and is focused on making a strong comeback in the series.

Fortunately, the Celtics have the opportunity to redeem themselves in the best of seven series, much like they did in the previous round against the Miami Heat. With time on their side, the Celtics are determined to prove their critics wrong and showcase their true potential in the playoffs.

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