Ime Udoka admits that he’s living in an old movie.
“It’s almost like Groundhog Day — you have to remind them every day,” the Celtics coach said of his team’s knack for repeating mistakes. “It almost seems for me at times what they did successfully. It’s not even (game to game). Talking about half to half, quarter to quarter sometimes.”
The maddening part was on display Thursday night in Madison Square Garden, including the worst part of all, the Celtics’ horrible record at finishing games.
After leading by as many as 23 points, the Celtics fell to a deep 3-point banker from R.J. Barrett as the buzzer sounded in the C’s 108-105 loss to the Knicks. (BostonHerald)