"What it takes every day".
It's obvious that Irving's reaction wasn't just in the heat of the moment, the final play bothered him so much that he went into condemning his team for not having the sense to do what he wanted to be done.
After a loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on December 21st, the Boston Celtics realized they were in trouble and had a team meeting to get everyone back on track.
The Celtics begin the second half of the season on Saturday night in Orlando against the Magic (7:05, TV: NBC Sports Boston; radio: WROR-105.7 FM) as a three-game road trip continues.
Added Morris: "As the season goes on, I think we'll get better".
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"It's something where those things happen to best friends even", Ainge said.
It's believed the incident between Brown and Morris was sparked and came at the first stoppage following Brown's lazy defense after a miss, which featured the veteran Morris clapping at Brown in obvious frustration. "Our offense has been good the past two months". Emotions happen in games, and I'm not anxious about it.
"As long as we do that and be able to weather some storms, be able to battle some great teams and showcase why we are one of the top teams, (that's important)".
"We could pinpoint a lot of turning points", Irving said, via ESPN.com, following Wednesday's 135-108 win over the Pacers.
"So we have a lot of ground to make up in that aspect". You've got to do the right things. They were one game away. Although he agreed the jump shot was a decent look for Tatum, Irving dug into his team about lack of experience, making winning plays and how they need to prepare better. "For us to go through what we've been going through, it' something we needed and brought us back to reality".