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It's not off-court chemistry, but rather on-court cohesion that matters.

"While there was speculation that removing Perkins hindered the team's chemistry," wrote Greg Payne, "Rivers suggested it was the on-the-court familiarity that hurt the Celtics the most." Here's Rivers' quote from that article: "Well, it was more not that the trust went away, the know-how went away, the continuity went away [...]"

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