The Boston Celtics seem to be peaking at the right moment.

After struggling throughout the entire regular season, a lot of people had doubts about Boston’s chances of winning the championship. The team came into the playoffs as the fourth seed, but they were already being counted out against an Indiana Pacers team that showed more consistency this campaign.

Well, the Beantown team made an emphatic statement. They swept the Pacers and now await the winner of the Milwaukee Bucks-Detroit Pistons series.

Boston’s confidence is oozing at the moment, and for good reason. They are playing better and are now looking like a championship team. After the Celtics’ Game 4 win against the Pacers, Marcus Morris emphasized they are no longer the same team and have, in fact, shown their real depth.

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“Were not that same team. Guys understand what’s the goal in here and I think it shows on the court,” Marcus Morris said, per Jay King of The Athletic. “We’re backing each other up. Every game, somebody else is stepping up. Our depth has been a strong point for us.”

The true test for the Celtics will come in the second round, once the Bucks officially defeat the Pistons. Milwaukee holds the best record in the league and is led by MVP frontrunner Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Only time will tell if the Celtics will be able to sustain their success in the playoffs or not.