Based on my mentions, too many people woke up today and decided “You know what? Let me fire off dozens upon dozens tweets about Jayson Tatum being a terrible player. Even better, I can tag him in some. Then maybe he’ll leave and I can say ‘Not tough enough for Boston!’ Let’s go!”
I didn't ask the question, but despite that, it's a good one. Tatum looks kind of worn down and something is clearly not right with him.
But I still have a job because, unlike your apparent opinion, the people who pay me think I do good enough work to continue to pay me to do it.
I rewatched the fourth quarter and I still don't understand how you go 7:19 without a single made field goal against one of the worst defensive teams in the NBA.
The Celtics got a lot of good shots too. Open jumpers. Good looks inside. Just couldn't make any of them. I just...🤷♂️
Jayson Tatum was asked if he's feeling the effects of playing so much over the last few years: "I don't think so ... I get paid to play basketball. It's been my dream since I was three years old. I'm going to play as often as I can, for as long as I can."
I feel awful for Romeo Langford. He played a great game and can't enjoy it. Despite being asked about his individual game, he's repeated several times: "It doesn't really matter. We didn't win the game."