Brad Stevens says someone stole his identity and tried to open Target account and cards

Nick Kipper
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Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens has had a rough couple of weeks.

Along with the Celtics’ current three-game losing streak and a 3-7 record over their past 10 games, Stevens recently had to deal with some identity theft.

Boston came into this season as one of the favorites to win the Eastern Conference but has significantly underachieved thus far with an overall record of 15-17.

Stevens is in his eighth season at the helm of the Celtics’ organization after a tremendous six-year run with the mid-major NCAA program Butler University.

He has qualified for the NBA playoffs in every season except his first but has yet to make it past the Eastern Conference Finals. He’s lost that series in three of the past four years.

The Celtics look to rebound Friday against the current No. 4 seed Indiana Pacers.

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Nick is a graduate of Michigan State University and current Los Angeles transplant. He’s a tortured Detroit sports fan who vividly remembers the days of the ’04 Pistons and 0-16 Lions. He’s a copy editor at FOX Sports and previously worked as a reporter at the Michigan Capitol.