All-NBA, all vaxxed?, almost done with Kwani Lunis

The Boston Celtics have at least one player likely to land on an All-NBA Team for the 2021-22 season in All-Star forward Jayson Tatum, but due to his eligibility for both custody and the attacking for honor (to say nothing of the positional flexibility offered to some stars but not others), it remains unclear if the St. Louis native will end up with the honors of the first, the second or third team.

Uncertainty also abounds in media coverage of the team with potential playoff eligibility in a series against the Toronto Raptors with speculation abounding regarding the vaccination status of all Celtics players in light of the vaccination mandate. of Toronto.

In this episode of CLNS Media’s “Celtics Lab” podcast, we team up with “The A-List” podcast host and broadcaster NBC 10 Boston Kwani A. Lunis talk about these issues for the future.

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Join your regular hosts Cameron Tabatabaie, Alex Goldberg and Justin Quinn as we do our best to figure out where Tatum (and the rest of the league’s best players) should be honored by the league and more.

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