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2/27 vs PORTLAND - I'm not gonna watch

Discussion in '2018 Celtics Game Threads' started by OnWisc, Feb 27, 2019.

  1. lars10

    lars10 Well-Known Member Silver Supporter SoSH Member

    When was the last time that Morris has run good? It feels like he's been missing a ton this season. And he's a constant ball stopper. He went 3-10, 0-6 from 3 and was a minus 8. I know that +/- doesn't tell the whole story, but Hayward was +13. Hayward to me was a much different player than Morris last night especially.. he passed up a ton of shots to try to get other players in better positions.. even though it didn't lead to assists.. but he looked to be trying to play a team game. Morris hasn't looked like that at all this season IMO. Brown was 5-9, 0-3.

    I blame Brad for his weird sub pattern. It doesn't make any sense... and he doesn't do anything to try and change things when everyone else can see that something isn't working. He plays Morris and Hayward together a lot..which seems to be a bad combo..especially when Irving is also on the floor... I dunno..it just feels like a lot of weird ideas that don't seem to be working. I do like that he shortened up the bench for once, but then he started out the second and third quarters leaving in a combo of players that weren't scoring or stopping consistently. He seems to play a bunch of combos that don't have any chemistry...but then again I guess that isn't his fault since there doesn't seem to be much at all at the moment.

    Theis is also a mystery to me...he seems like a hustle guy to me and is out there setting picks and going for every loose ball, but he doesn't get nearly as much run as the guys that look like they're going through the motions night after night.

    I hope Barnes coming back changes things up and gets everyone back into more of their roles...we'll see.

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