Just when things seem to be at their worse something else is discovered about he 2018-19 Boston Celtics. When will the madness end?
Ever since the Boston Celtics were knocked out of the playoffs they have been surrounded with controversy. Just when things seem like they are getting better a new story comes out.
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The latest happenings indicate that the team is in major trouble. Even their own owner had a difficult time loving the team this past season.
"“It was one of the hardest teams to love from my standpoint,” Wyc Grousbeck said. “I’d rather answer for myself. I wasn’t coaching them but I was watching them, and it was frustrating. It was a tough year for everybody concerned. I think the fans all feel that and we’re going to just try to make it better. But we all feel that, and man, the highs and lows – it’s been frustrating.”"
This is a new low for the team. It has been a long time since the franchise has been in such a poor state.
It is clear that there is going to be some changes to the roster. In the same interview Grousbeck wouldn’t even confirm that the Celtics wanted Kyrie Irving to return. It’s not that hard to say that you want one of the best point guards in the NBA on your team.
When we near the 2019-20 season I am expecting to see a much different Boston Celtics roster. The backcourt will definitely be going through a major overhaul with Irving and Rozier seemingly out the door.
The Boston Celtics have quickly become one of the worst teams in all of Boston. If I told Celtics fans that at the beginning of the season they would have thought I was insane.
When will the madness stop? When will the ship be righted? Celtics fans are just waiting for things to finally go right.
Having your own owner struggle to love the team just describes how much of a disaster the 2018-19 season was for the Boston Celtics.