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Brad Stevens to coach Boston Celtics


Brad Stevens will be the next coach of the Boston Celtics, the team announced in a press release Wednesday. Stevens, who just finished his sixth season at Butler, led the Bulldogs to consecutive national title games in 2010 and 2011. "Our family is thrilled for the opportunity given to us by the leadership of the Boston Celtics, but it is emotional to leave a place that we have called home for the past 13 years," Stevens said in a statement released by Butler University. (USA Today)

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