|Posted by shawn cassidy on April 27, 2013 at 2:20 PM|
The fight should have been brought to the table in game 3. The Celtics played arguably their worst game in game three. Terry has been one of the most vocal Celtics in recent memories, and the sad part about it all, is that his words mean nothing without backing them up. I'll have more on today's practice later.
"We've just got to fight harder than what we've been doing," Terry said. "I mean, they're outworking us. You can see it on the tape. Their energy is much better than ours. Offensively, their offense is running much more fluid and smooth, and they know what they want to do. They're very determined. The only way we can deter them is to come out and fight and be aggressive, which I have no doubt in my mind that we've got fight in us."
"When you get your butt kicked like they've been doing to us the last
week or so and you're seeing the same team everyday, you're going to get
tired of it, or you're going to lay down," Terry said. "I'm tired of
"I'm coming out with something. I'm going to come out with the heart, the passion, the energy that's needed to get a win. We have to do that collectively. One man's not going to be able to provide that. It has to be a collective unit and we've got to get it done together."