Marcus Morris, Jaylen Brown downplay timeout scuffle from Celtics-Heat

Annette Crawford
January 14, 2019

The Celtics are fifth in the Eastern Conference with a record of.610.

While Stevens doesn't want to make too much of the flare up, it nevertheless was another low point in what's been a disappointing junior season for Brown. We've believed strongly in him for a long time. "You know, they're best buddies, but it's just the heat of the battle, and I didn't have a second thought about it". It's the best thing I can say is experience.

With that, Orlando secured a 105-103 victory, and the Celtics fell to 0-2 on their three-game road trip.

The confrontation occurred during the Celtics 115-99 loss to the Heat on Thursday night.

Hayward wound up choosing to go with the first option on the play, which was Jayson Tatum curling to the corner off of a screen by Al Horford. "That's all we can ask for".

"It's something where those things happen to best friends even".

The offense, which struggled during the early part of the season, seems to be coming around.

Have the Celtics lost sight of how they're reputation was built? It appears Morris shoved Brown with his right arm before the two were separated by teammate Marcus Smart.

"It's two good kids that are competitive", Ainge told the Globe. I'm more encouraged than discouraged.

"We could pinpoint a lot of turning points", Irving said, via, following Wednesday's 135-108 win over the Pacers.

"It's just adapting, " said Brown.

"So we have a lot of ground to make up in that aspect". It doesn't matter who you're going against, it matters the type of preparation you have - what you're going out and trying to accomplish.

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