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Brad Stevens was part of a panel of coaches (from left to right: U.S. womens Olympic hockey coach Katey Stone, Stevens, former U.S. womens soccer coach Tony DiCicco, Harvard mens basketball coach Tommy Amaker and moderator Jackie MacMullan) speaking at a fundraising breakfast on Friday for the Positive Coaches Alliance, and CelticsLife was on hand to cover it (click here for Steven's Q&A with the media beforehand).The majority of the conversation was about coaching techniques in relation to youth sports, but there were a few little tidbits from Stevens that C's fans might find interesting:Stevens says he doesn't think he could ever coach his own kids because he "enjoys watching them too much" @CelticsLife— Mark Vandeusen (@LucidSportsFan) June 13, 2014When asked how me manages to stay so calm during games compared to some other NBA coaches, Stevens replied:I don't think I'm as calm as everybody makes it out to be, the cameras catch me at the right t...
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