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"He's a great player. He's done a lot of good things," Mazzulla said. "I think just how he's carried himself, how he's played this postseason has been one of the fun things to watch. He's a great player and has done a lot of good things over the course of his career and he's playing really well. You have to respect that and you can't take that for granted. You have to be ready to guard him at a high level." Kyrie Irving



The Boston Celtics will welcome their former star Kyrie Irving back to TD Garden after the Dallas Mavericks advanced to the NBA Finals.

The second-year coach also complimented Irving's game, recognizing the challenge he brings as the Mavericks face the Celtics.

"He's a great player. He's done a lot of good things," Mazzulla said. "I think just how he's carried himself, how he's played this postseason has been one of the fun things to watch. He's a great player and has done a lot of good things over the course of his career and he's playing really well. You have to respect that and you can't take that for granted. You have to be ready to guard him at a high level."

"We're all villains in someone's eyes"<br><br>Joe Mazzulla talks tuning out the noise surrounding Kyrie's return to Boston <a href="https://t.co/jBqT1nTVjE">pic.twitter.com/jBqT1nTVjE</a>

Irving spent two seasons with the Celtics before departing for the Brooklyn Nets in 2019. His exit left a bad taste in fans' mouths, mostly because of his promise that he would re-sign with Boston after the 2018-19 season.


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