|Posted by shawn cassidy on December 21, 2012 at 11:15 AM|
Terry has been in, and out of the starting lineup. Terry has been good this season. So it's not because of his play. The biggest reason for all the changes has been because of Doc playing with the lineup. Terry, who hasn't been given any real chance to settle into his role here in Boston while starting 17 of 25 games. He recently moved back to the bench for three games, before moving back to the lineup Wednesday against the Cavs.
"It's all about the journey," said Terry. "We'll look back upon this, what we're going through now, and hopefully once we're hoisting up that trophy, we'll be like, 'Man, we struggled a little bit. It was tough. Who sacrificed? What happened?' And I just use that as a learning lesson.
"I've been in this league 14 years, I've seen it all. I've seen guys come in off the street off a 10-day [contract] and right away start, and then be cut after 10 days. I mean, it's just amazing. For me, I keep an even keel, stay optimistic, knowing that in the end, it's a process. Once we find the right mesh -- I believe in Doc, I believe in his system, and I believe in the guys in this locker room. So, once we find the right mesh, we're going to get it rolling."
Terry is being a good team player. Ray Allen would have been losing his mind already. But I think the best thing for the Celtics is to start Terry until the return of Bradley. What do you guys think?
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