The Boston Celtics couldn’t increase their winning streak with Wizards, and head coach Ime Udoka called for the team’s efforts on Wednesday.
Boston’s home opener Ime Udoka rebounded 15 points late in the middle of the third quarter, unlike the Celtics saying they “punctured” after losing 32 points to Toronto.
“I tried to get him to play a home run when he returned to his home run,” Udoka said of Boston’s efforts. In the third quarter, he said, “Do what you come here, play the way you did it, and trust your teammates.”
It didn’t work well in the second half. It was the worst this year as I finished with 14 assists and 18 assists in half time. I think everyone tried it a little on their own and told them to play with them. I know I get an open look and don’t try to do it myself. Please do why you came here. “
The Celtics are far from the only team struggling at the beginning of the season, and their favorites for titles such as the Nets, Suns and Lakers are endless.
However, since last season, slow start and inconsistent efforts have been a common theme of this core group. Boston is one-third below the bench points.
In addition, they are also in the bottom third of the league in terms of sales, averaging 16.0 in five games in the regular season 2021-22.
“There are some things we need to work on and we will continue to be careful not to fall into bad habits or anything.
So I’m looking forward to practicing on Friday. Then start on the right path from there and make sure you build and proceed from there. Al Horford Said After Wednesday’s loss.
The Celtics will face the Washington Wizards again on Friday, so they have no time to lose after dropping their third contest in five games.
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Ime Udoka calls on the Boston Celtics for inconsistent efforts after losing to Wizards
https://www.talkbasket.net/135232-ime-udoka-calls-out-the-boston-celtics-for-inconsistent-effort-after-loss-to-wizards Ime Udoka calls on the Boston Celtics for inconsistent efforts after losing to Wizards