Age: 24 Height: 6-2 Weight: 190 lbs School: Louisville
Per ESPN's Zach Lowe, two of the teams that have been hot on Boston Celtics point guard Terry Rozier's trail are the Phoenix Suns and… the Orlando Magic, two teams that have “voids” at the point guard position and could use the services of a point guard of Rozier's caliber. Even if the fourth-year
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They were the alphas (along with Al Horford), the guys with the ball in their hands leading a team to the conference finals, and they liked it — these are young players trying to carve out a role (or, in Rozier's case, prove to other team's he's a starting point guard) and they didn't want to take a step back. But that's what had to happen with the return of Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward to the rotation. The result was a lack of a pecking order on offense, uncomfortable sacrifices, and precious little of the fluid play that got them within a game of the Finals a year ago.
Terry Rozier committed a turnover on a pass then let D'Angelo Russell get open for a 3-pointer to begin Celtics-Nets. The Boston coach called timeout just 29 seconds into last night's game. Rozier committed another turnover on the ensuing play, and the Celtics lost to Brooklyn 109-102 amid heckling.
Terry Rozier gets real about Kyrie Irving's criticism of Celtics originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com We'll say one thing about the 2018-19 Boston Celtics: They're not afraid to speak their minds. Kyrie Irving certainly did so Saturday night when he seemed to call out the Celtics' young players after a loss to the Orlando Magic. We've since heard from a few of those young players, with Jayson Tatum endorsing Irving's message and Jaylen Brown perhaps suggesting Kyrie tone it down a bit.