Enes Kanter was the first to suggest the postgame brouhaha between Marcus Smart and Jaylen Brown following Game 2 was no big deal.
After the Celtics' Game 3 win, the center used his team's win over the Heat for a big ol' social media I-told-you-so.
Kanter wasn't alone in his suggestion that the perceived animosity between Celtics teammates was deep in the rearview mirror.
"It is a positive and it should be a positive," Kemba Walker told ESPN regarding the locker room back-and-forth. "We love each other."