Ime Udoka has proven in his debut season as the head coach for the Boston Celtics that he is the right man to lead this team.

While they may have made it to the NBA Finals, the team clearly wasn't ready to face the championship-laden Golden State Warriors.

The Celtics weren't favorites to come out of the East and eliminated some of the biggest teams in the conference in Brooklyn, the 2021 champions in Milwaukee, and the 2020 Finalists in the Miami Heat.

However, the Warriors have already built their championship-winning culture as compared to the Celtics who are just embracing that with their core.

Coach Udoka realizes this was the first year of a longer plan to help the Celtics emerge as genuine contenders for the NBA Championship.

"The future is bright and we're just getting started,"Ime Udoka says.

The Boston Celtics have minor questions to address over their roster that would instantly put them in a better position for next season.

The lack of a true PG is also what allowed the Warriors to force the Celtics wings into turning the ball over.

Brown, Jayson Tatum, Grant Williams, Payton Pritchard, and others are still very young and are still developing their skill-sets.

With the Udoka system now flowing through the veins of the team, the future has to be extremely exciting considering what they already achieved.