The Celtics' declaration that "comfort will kill you" demonstrates their quest for more than just the NBA's best record.

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As of this point in the season, Boston owns the best record in the NBA. But how much does it really imply?

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Many people try to maximise their level of comfort.

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It's a freeing feeling that causes misery and difficulty to seem to disappear.

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But this year's Celtics team is different from most others.

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They stand out since they are one of the few groups of teams with a chance to make the NBA Finals.

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The first team reach 30 victories is this one.

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Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum are the first newcomers since Paul Pierce and Antoine Walker in 2001.

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became the only Celtics teammates to record at least 30 points and 10 rebounds in a single game.

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The NBA's top team, the Boston Celtics, has several reasons to feel comfortable in that position.

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However, this club is still in agony from last year's Finals loss.

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Brown, who led the squad in scoring with 41 points, commented,

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I believe the message is that as we advance, familiarity will kill you. The other teams are playing, not waiting for us to win the game.

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You have to go out and show it every single night. Success must be earned every night.

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You need to show there, play basketball, give it your all, and Get rid of your complacent attitude

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