For the greater part of the past decade, the Boston Celtics have been one of the best teams in the entire association. From the Isaiah Thomas-led upstart teams, to Kyrie Irving’s two-year stint in Beantown, to Jayson Tatum’s ascent as a true MVP candidate, Brad Stevens has seen it all amid his transition from head coach to front office executive.

And from the looks of things, Stevens sees something in the current iteration of the Celtics that may not have been present over recent seasons. Brad Stevens recently bared that he thinks the current Celtics is as tight-knit a unit as he’s seen.

“We haven’t hung one of those banners, but we’ve had a lot of close teams, and a lot of good teams. This one has as much camaraderie and togetherness as any I’ve been around,” Stevens said.