"I like Marcus' and Jaylen's character and personalities and feistiness, and, like, I just think nothing of something like this".
And it's just the latest "drama" to seemingly derail the Celtics in what's been a season of team meetings and role changes being met with some slight contention and frustrations from players that thrived for last year's undermanned unit. "Obviously, Kyrie (Irving) is coming from the top, which we've seen before and when you're in that position, you're going to be lucky to get a good look at the rim - which I thought Tatum got a really good look".
"We have a long way to go, " said Stevens.
The Celtics take on Orlando Magic at midnight tonight.
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In public statements, he had repeatedly suggested that he wanted to bring American troops back home. If not, the Trump administration would be accused of abandoning an ally to a grim fate.
"I think they can get to the Finals", Pierce added.
The Celtics are 25-17 this season through 42 games.
"Experience", he said, via NBCS Boston.
Former lottery pick Jaylen Brown and Marcus Morris were caught on a fan's video getting into each other's faces during a Celtics timeout in the second quarter. "Our offense has been good the past two months".
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Alvaro Morata, who joined Chelsea in a £60million deal in July 2017, has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge. Meanwhile, Cesc Fabregas' anticipated move to Monaco is still to be completed, with Chelsea seeking a replacement.
"It's something where those things happen to best friends even. The record being what it is, I think we've got a lot of room to still improve, but I think we've also shown we can do a few things".
But Ainge remains focused on the big picture of things, noting that this is hardly uncommon for a team.
"So we have a lot of ground to make up in that aspect". They were one game away.
"You have got guys like Kawhi Leonard, guys like "Greek Freak" standing in their way". The team's four-game winning streak came to a close, as well. "For us to go through what we've been going through, it' something we needed and brought us back to reality".
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The Japanese youngster showed fantastic composure to stay calm when everyone else was losing their cool during the US Open final. After her indefensible outburst at last year's US Open final, the American will be under intense scrutiny in Melbourne .