Jaylen Brown tweets his Drive-By Dunk Challenge

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Jaylen Brown tweets his Drive-By Dunk Challenge

Celtics forward Jaylen Brown joined in the Drive-By Dunk Challenge and tweeted a video that captured his thunderous slam.

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We're thinking that's not a regulation height rim.

And the All-Star dunk contest next year might have to be sanctioned by NASCAR. 
 

CSN MID-ATLANTIC: Wizards' starting five tops Celtics'

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CSN MID-ATLANTIC: Wizards' starting five tops Celtics'

Apparently, they're not impressed with the Celtics' addition of Gordon Hayward in Washington.

Despite Hayward being added to the Celtics' lineup - and the Wizards loss to the C's in the Eastern Conference semifinals this past spring - our friends at CSNMidAtlantic.com rank Washington's starting five ahead of Boston's in their list of the best starting units, not including the Warriors and Cavs.

The Wizards return the same five who took the Celtics to seven games - John Wall, Bradley Beal, Otto Porter, Markieff Morris, and Marcin Gortat. As for the Celtics, it seems the apparent uncertainty about just who'll make up their starters is what gave the Wizards the edge, putting them third on the list ahead of the Celtics at fourth. The Rockets are No. 1 and the Timberwolves No. 2.

More from Nick Ashooh's CSNMidAtlantic.com's story: 

So do they go Thomas, Hayward, Crowder, newly acquired Marcus Morris, and Horford? Or do they add Rozier at shooting guard,  and put Hayward at the 3 instead. What about rookie Jayson Tatum? He's already being compared to Celtics legend Paul Pierce. When does he crack the starting lineup?

With all the questions, there also means a learning curve when it comes to chemistry. Obviously, the talent is there in Boston, but it may take some time for Stevens to figure out exactly what five guys work best together to start games.  

Bring on the playoff rematch...