Rumors: Celtics have had its share of disagreements this season
The report comes out after what transpired on Thursday in Miami when Celtics teammates Jaylen Brown and Marcus Morris had a dust up on the bench which was caught on camera.
The Celtics lost to the Heat by a final score of 115-99.
According to player sources, the Celtics — like most every team (see: Golden State) — has had its share of disagreements this season. Usually with the Celts, it’s been said that one player will make a critical remark about another’s play, and the latter will get defensive and say something in response.
But in all cases thus far, it’s been pointed to as a positive that the issues do not linger into the next day.
The Celtics had a well-publicized players-only meeting in December after a home loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. Boston has gone 7-3 since that meeting, so it looks like a bevy of things were discussed and addressed in the locker room.
Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge says the team has guys who just want to win and with good character, so he’s not worried about any long-term issues with the roster.