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Dallas Mavericks head coach Jason Kidd doesn’t expect many adjustments from the Boston Celtics heading into Game 5 of the NBA Finals (BOS leads series 3-1).

(via Dallas Mavericks):

Reporter: “Al [Horford] said after Game 4 that they didn’t really have to make adjustments, the Celtics, after the first three games. And now, they’re gonna have to go back, see what they need to change. So, what changes are you anticipating from them?”

Kidd: “They’re not a team that changes. They’re the team that makes you change. So they’re gonna probably look to see that they had some good looks from three that didn’t go down, and also being able to probably get [Jayson] Tatum & [Jaylen] Brown going early. Having those two attack our defense early is probably something that could be an adjustment, but for them, it’s shooting the three, creating in the three, and then capitalizing on your mistakes. For us, our mistakes were low in Game 4, and hopefully they’re low in Game 5.”