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Celtics Insider: Boston Now Has Its Own 'Lineup of Death'

Small ball is officially more norm than gimmick. In a league that’s constantly evolving—10 years from now, new skills and player-types we haven't even imagined will be more valuable on the open market—a majority of front offices are stampeding towards players who unlock smaller, faster, position-free lineups. The Golden State Warriors, San Antonio Spurs, Cleveland Cavaliers and Oklahoma City Thunder were the four best teams in the league last season.
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