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Tim BontempsESPN

BOSTON — After Celtics head coach Brad Stevens watched Utah Jazz power forward Derrick Favors slam home three thunderous alley-oop dunks early in the fourth quarter here at TD Garden on Saturday night, he decided he had seen enough.

Out came Al Horford, Gordon Hayward and Jaylen Brown, joining Jayson Tatum on Boston’s bench.

In came Brad Wanamaker, Guerschon Yabusele and Daniel Theis — the three players who typically sit at the end of the bench and watch.

This is arguably the most passive offense in the NBA.

The Lakers are starting to find calm within the chaos, while the Sixers and Wolves have brand-new concerns. Who’s acing and who’s failing their chemistry exams?

After scoring 23 of his 43 points in the fourth quarter and overtime Friday against the Raptors, Kyrie Irving stressed the need for the Celtics’ struggling offense to be more aggressive and attack the rim.

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They, alongside Semi Ojeleye and Kyrie Irving, attempted to breathe some life into the Celtics, though it was an ultimately futile effort, as Utah went on to claim a 98-86 victory over Boston.

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