Even with the Cavs struggling now, the Celtics are in a cold stretch as well.
I just told my wife that we look as bad as Cleveland right now. To not only lose to an Orlando team that can't beat anybody - we were dominated by Orlando. Sad.
Gonna have to forgive me, I haven't had my morning coffee, but I thought I read
you writing that your wife looked as bad as Cleveland right now, lol.
To expand on your points, I do agree, that we look relatively as bad as Cleveland right now,
but do we really? We faced plenty of injuries, and honestly, I still don't think
we're 100% there chemistry wise. You have a lot of youngsters and rookies who are all capable
of performing the best they can, but of course rookies are gonna face the rookie walls.
I do wish Horford would be more aggressive, and take more shots, or at least
try to feed Tatum more shots. He gives and go for Kyrie, and passes him the ball majority
of the time, but what I don't understand is why they don't seem to give Tatum more better
looks or plan shots out for him.
This is all us just freaking out over nothing... We're the 1st seed, we have 6 rookies,
and one of the biggest roster overhauls in the league right now.
I mean, other than Hayward being out, which is an unfortunate scenario, it has led
to the emergence in Tatum's stellar rookie play.
All we need is a consistent scorer off the bench. Williams or Evans would be perfect fits,
but I was also thinking about someone like Jonathan Simmons.
I'm not that high on Marcus Morris. In fact, I actually dislike him now. He reminds me
eerily of Antonie Walker, not the numbers or statistical categories, but just
how the ball movement seems to die when they both have the ball in their hands.