NBA News: Marcus Smart criticizes Celtics
Thick air at the Boston Celtics. After a catastrophic closing quarter against Chicago Bulls, Marcus Smart platter spoke about the weak season start and did not divide with criticism of the stars of the team.
I believe that in every scouting report is that you have to fit the two to fit, said smart after defeat against the bulls in relation to Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. But you do not want to give the ball and you have to learn.
Tatum and Brown were still outstanding in the third quarter and helped with that Boston led against the bulls with up to 19 points. In the final portion then offensively nothing more, the Celtics scratching just once a mendant 11 pünktchen together - too little to rock the game home.
Tatum took eight litters in the last twelve minutes and made only a single, Brown awarded both attempts and could not read anything out of fouls for the boxing core. You have to learn from it, asked smart. We are looking forward to your progress, but you have to evolve and not only create yourself for yourself.
Celtics: Coach Udoka speaks of lesson
This is the hope of Smart, who came to 16 points (5/11 FG). I can not stand more than in the corner, the Guard said a bit ironic and clearly realized that it is true that the two stars in the important phases should hold the ball in their hands.
The opponent knows that but today they have disturbed our rhythm well. That must not happen to us anymore. Tatum and Brown disappeared after the game, without talking to the media, coach Ime Udoka spoke, on the other hand, from a teaching lesson.
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