Boston Celtics reserve guard Terry Rozier went on two ESPN shows on Tuesday and painted an ugly picture of the Celtics’ disappointing season.
Rozier said the team realized five games in that it wasn’t going to be easy to blend their talent and that they often had different game plans during games than what they went over in practice.
Rozier said players struggled to play next to ball-dominant players like Gordon Hayward and Kyrie Irving, who Rozier described as a player “you have to adjust to.”
Rozier, a restricted free agent this summer, said if the Celtics wanted to re-sign him to bring the team back for another year that he “might have to go.”
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