By Matthew Geagan, CBS Boston
BOSTON (CBS) — Following an embarrassing loss in which the Celtics blew a 28-point lead, Marcus Morris painted a pretty bleak picture for Boston’s basketball team.
The veteran forward ranted about the team’s attitude, saying that even when the team is winning, they’re not having much fun. When he sees everyone together, they’re together as individuals and not as a team.
That’s not what you want to hear about a team that was supposed to run away with the Eastern Conference, not 56 games into the season. But the “individual” part certainly rings true, and is hammered home in yet another report about locker room issues surrounding the team. According to The Boston Globe’s Gary Washburn, Celtics players aren’t fighting, but “they aren’t that close.” They are trying to “coexist politely, and it’s not working.”
Original published: 2019-02-11 09:53:29 Read the full Boston News here
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