Celtics head coach Brad Stevens will have to deal with one more twist to his team’s rotation in the final two weeks of the regular season, thanks to Jared Sullinger’s surprise return on Friday night.
Celtics head coach Brad Stevens touched on the return of Jared Sullinger, and the tough schedule for Boston to close the regular season.
“Brad’s not considering college. Brad is with the Celtics and … it’s just talk. It’s just talk out there.”
Stevens has been heralded for his calm demeanor and systematic coaching style, something not typically found in a league full of superstars and coaches working to appease them.
Doc Rivers was more than happy to talk about his former team on Sunday night, giving his thoughts on the Celtics’ future and offering a scouting report that no one could have expected.
The Celtics had a disappointing loss on Wednesday night, but Brad Stevens says his team is focused on responding with a win on Friday night.
Danny Ainge would love to see his Celtics in the playoffs, but won’t see the season as a failure if they miss out because the team if still playing in meaningful games as the season winds down.
Wednesday night wasn’t the worst loss of the Celtics’ 2014-15 campaign, but it was certainly one of the more disappointing.
Mike Gorman is convinced the Celtics will make the playoffs this season, but says to hold on tight. The race for the postseason likely won’t be decided until the final week of the season.
Boston’s offense has remained shorthanded without their top scorer (Thomas) in the fold, but Turner has willingly stepped up to help keep Boston’s playoff hopes afloat