Terry Rozier once again was extremely vocal about the Boston Celtics almost guaranteeing that he doesn’t return to the team.
You have to appreciate someone who isn’t afraid to speak their mind. In professional sports it is a rare sight especially here in New England. Terry Rozier once again blasted the Boston Celtics for the team’s performance this year.
Rozier spoke at length after the team was eliminated from the playoffs saying that the team didn’t work together and put Brad Stevens through a lot. He also talked about how much he sacrificed for the team.
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On Tuesday Rozier made the rounds at ESPN and a lot of it makes the Celtics look really bad.
One of the major things you can takeaway from Rozier’s quotes is that he doesn’t plan on coming back to Boston (if the roster stays the same).
I understand where Rozier is coming from. He deserves a shot to prove that he can be a starting point guard and if Kyrie Irving returns he will never get that chance.
Rozier also once again spoke about how Irving is as a leader and it appears Irving still has a lot of work to do.
"“He’s a great guy, great leader,” Rozier said. “You just have to adjust to his style. Whatever Kyrie wants done, he’s gonna show it. That’s what he wants done. You have to adjust to his style of play and how he goes about every game and every day.”"
This Boston Celtics team just seems to be going up in flames. The team hasn’t been in this bad of a position in a long time.
Throughout Tuesday, Rozier called out multiple members of the Boston Celtics. He talked about the teams reliance on Gordon Hayward and Kyrie Irving, as well as Brad Stevens decisions. The only guy that got no blame was Terry Rozier.
With Terry going AWOL I see no way that he comes back to Boston, even if Kyrie Irving leaves. Rozier would get a shot at a starting job, but you can’t reward a guy who trashes the team like this.