By Tamryn Spruill Against the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday, the Boston Celtics unraveled before a booing hometown crowd. While analysts, pundits, and brokenhearted (infuriated?) fans debate the particulars of the C’s 115–103 collapse — from Jayson Tatum’s shooting and Joe Mazzulla’s coaching to the silliness of James Harden’s flop-centric play — it was worth remembering that the last time the Celtics won inside TD Garden, Alyssa Thomas was in the building. Yes, that Alyssa Thomas: the Connecticut Sun forward who has competed for years at an All-Star level despite torn labrum in each shoulder, missed the 2021 WNBA season following an Achilles injury, and returned the next year to power the Sun to the 2022 finals, where she became the first player in WNBA history to record a triple-double in the finals. https://twitter.com/NBCSCeltics/status/1653909064634757120?s=20 It was Wednesday, May 3, and Thomas joined Brian Scalabrine and Tom Giles on the set of NBC Sports Boston’s Celtics...