Woj describes Boston Celtics’ mindset approaching trade deadline | NBA Today

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Adrian Wojnarowski, Marc Spears and Richard Jefferson join Malika Andrews on NBA Today to break down the Boston Celtics comeback victory over the New Orleans Pelicans before considering what the Boston Celtics’ mindset is approaching trade deadline.

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