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Boston Celtics Cheerleader’s Wild Miami Party Photos Go Viral

Boston Celtics Cheerleader’s Wild Miami Party Photos Go Viral

The Boston Celtics have had one of the busier offseason of any team in the NBA thus far.

Marcus Smart was shipped off to the Memphis Grizzlies in surprising fashion, leading to him accusing the organization of lying to him.

Jaylen Brown remains unsigned to a long-term super-max deal, despite everyone promising that it’s definitely going to happen.

And in recent days, thanks to Jayson Tatum’s recruiting efforts, Boston has become increasingly linked to a superstar blockbuster trade that could rock the franchise to its core.

Amid all that chaos and potential upheaval, one Celtics superstar is sitting back and making the most of the offseason. That superstar? Celtics cheerleader, Jocelyn, who went viral this week over her wild Miami party photos. The imagery largely speaks for itself.

 

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Clearly this isn’t the first time something like this has occurred. In last season’s playoffs Jocelyn caused something of a stir with her provocative social media pictures.

Much like the Jacksonville Jaguars cheerleader who blew up online a few days ago over her racy photos, Jocelyn has really capitalized on her growing social media fame to become a star in her own right.

Cheerleading aside, though – it will be interesting to see what Boston looks like in 2023-24. Obviously the addition of Kristaps Porzingis is huge on paper, but it’s a high-risk move.

Porzingis put together a strong and healthy campaign last season, but it was a contract year. And even him at his best is an offensive boost and defensive mediocrity.

One of the issues that plagued the Celtics often in 2022-23 was that the team seemed to have regressed from a defensive standpoint and relied too heavily on an offense that lived or died by its shooting.

Porzingis won’t fix that problem. He will only add to it.

One way or another, Boston is facing a championship-or-bust campaign. Anything short of an NBA Finals appearance next season will be deemed a failure. No matter what, win or lose, the Celtics’ cheerleaders will be there cheering them on every step of the way.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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