- Dec 11, 2006
If the coach is correctly identifying the problem and the players are incapable of addressing it, that speaks as much to the roster as the coach in my opinion. It's a player's league though.I wouldn’t go that far but even last nights presser, he identifies the time when the Celtics lost as the end of the 3rd quarter. And of course he mentions how he saw it at the time and told them in the huddle to keep their foot on the gas.
In isolation nothing he says looks too bad but when you look through all the public statements there’s a pretty clear thread of Udoka easily diagnosing what is wrong and knowing what’s going on but the players not being capable. It’s just not a great look