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Joe Mazzulla Explains What Went Wrong in Loss vs. Philadelphia 76ers BY ERIC JAY SANTOS SPORTS ILLUSTRATED BOSTON CELTICS NEWS, ANALYSIS AND MORE UPDATED NOVEMBER 08, 2023 11:07 PM 00:17 01:43 Dutch Eredivisie Soccer League Quick Highlights – AFC Ajax vs SC Heerenveen Mask Consultant –

 

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Sports On Wednesday, the Boston Celtics suffered a 106-103 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. Boston now holds the second slot in the Eastern Conference standings. As captured by NBC Sports Boston, Joe Mazzulla believes giving up offensive rebounds was a key contributor to the team’s defeat. “I thought it was the second quarter, when we gave up

 

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the offensive rebounds in transition. We had some sloppy play. When you go back and watch close games, it’s never really lost in the fourth quarter. Sometimes they are. You look at that run in the second quarter, where we gave up three or four straight offensive rebounds… I think it was lost there.” On offense, the Celtics made 31.9 percent of their 47 three-point attempts. As captured by CLNS Media, Mazzulla called out The Boston Globe’s Gary Washburn

Joe Mazzulla Explains What Went Wrong in Loss vs. Philadelphia 76ers - Sports Illustrated Boston Celtics News, Analysis and Moreover an article from 2016 that criticized the team’s overreliance on three-point shots. The head coach referenced a match-up from December 16th, 2016, in which Boston fell short to the Detroit Pistons. “I just finished reading a great article that you wrote in 2016, that the Celtics shot too many threes and they shot 42. That was seven years ago… they lost 121-114 and you blamed the offense but not the defense. What’s your fascination with too many threes for the last seven years?” The Celtics’ next game is scheduled for Friday, November 10, against the Brooklyn Nets at TD Garden. This will be their first group-stage match of the NBA’s inaugural in-season tournament.

 

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