The Boston Celtics finished the 2022-2023 NBA season with a record of 46 wins and 36 losses.

They secured the 6th seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.

The Celtics had a strong start to the season, winning 14 of their first 20 games.

Injuries to key players, including Jaylen Brown and Al Horford, affected their performance mid-season.

Jayson Tatum emerged as the team's leader, averaging over 25 points per game

The Celtics had a solid home record, winning 28 games at the TD Garden.

They struggled on the road, with a below-average record of 18 wins and 23 losses.

The team's defense was a key strength, ranking among the top five in the league in defensive efficiency.

Coach Ime Udoka implemented a more balanced offensive approach, emphasizing ball movement and team play.