The 2019/20 Boston Celtics currently sit 4th in the NBA East. With a young roster and speed, the Celtics are good enough to reach the NBA Finals in June. With the additions of Kemba Walker, Enes Kanter, and Vincent Poirier the Celtics are more physical and healthier than last year. In this post, we will review three areas of why the Celtics can reach the Finals this season. Why The Celtics Are Good Enough To Reach The NBA Finals This Year. Strong Physical Presence Compared to last season, the Celtics are playing more physical and aggressive. With the addition of Enes Kanter and Grant Williams, the rebounding department has improved significantly. Williams drafted out of Tennessee gives the team a boost off the bench. Overall, Enes Kanter and Daniel Theis average over 7 rebounds per game Center Robert Williams and Grant Williams average over 6.1 off the bench. Williams should be a huge factor come playoff time if he stays healthy. Balanced Scoring With the addition of Kemba Walker the Celtics are shooting much better from the field this year. Walker is averaging 23 points per game. As a team, the Celtics are putting up 112 points per game 11th overall in the league. Rookies Carson Edwards, Romeo Langford, Javonte Green, and Tremont Waters contribute with their speed. Veteran Gordon Hayward has been a big factor when healthy. Guard Marcus Smart shooting has improved tremendously. In a recent game. Smart set a team record for consecutive three throws with twelve. He also had a career_ high of 39 points in a game. Leadership And chemistry The biggest difference this year, compared to last is chemistry. There is no in_house fighting amongst teammates. Kyrie Irving and Marcus Morris were impatient with the young players. Head coach, Brad Stevens has led the team better. The bench led by Bill Wannamaker is deeper. The Second Half The Celtics need to play tough in order to win. The Bucks have the deepest bench in the league. In two meetings this year the Celtics won one and the Bucks won one. The east will be determined by defense and rebounding.