Published: Mon, January 14, 2019
Sports | By Sarah Myers

Jaylen Brown, Marcus Morris in Celtics bench altercation

Jaylen Brown, Marcus Morris in Celtics bench altercation

"It's a culture thing you've got to build every single day".

A team that Las Vegas listed as having an over-under win total of 59 - second only to the champion Golden State Warriors - is on a pace to finish 50-32, which would be only the third-best record under coach Brad Stevens. "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've believed strongly in him for a long time.

With that, Orlando secured a 105-103 victory, and the Celtics fell to 0-2 on their three-game road trip. "And if they think it is hard now, what do they think it will be like when we're trying to get to the finals?" Celtics star Kyrie Irving is now saying the meeting is what has helped spark the team's fortune as they have won seven of their last nine games, according to ESPN.

Morris and Brown had to be separated by Marcus Smart after a heated exchange that culminated in Morris shoving Brown.

"It's something where those things happen to best friends even", Ainge said. "Our offense has been good the past two months". We're lacking it and, because of that, we have a lot of learning to do.

And Pierce, a ten-time NBA All-Star, reckons Irving will put pen to paper on a new deal. "We've got a lot of pieces out there". You've got to do the right things. Boston's starting center filled the stat sheet with a team-best 11 rebounds to go along with 10 points, four assists, a game-high three steals and one blocked shot. They were one game away.

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