The Boston Celtics are now 18-2 for the second straight year.
My review of the history books shows that no other team in NBA history has ever started consecutive seasons playing .900 ball after 20 games.
Yet I don't see a single newspaper article or editorial calling out this historic accomplishment.
Maybe no one cares. Maybe it's no big deal.
Twenty games constitutes one-fourth of the season. It represents the first real measuring stick for the next 60 games.
People should care.