We looked inside some of the tweets by @ByJayKing and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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An angel. A bout with what he now considers depression. Pain he never wants to let go. How Marcus Smart developed into the Celtics’ heartbeat — and why he vows never to tone it down: https://theathletic.com/617884/2018/11/02/hell-fight-to-the-end-fueled-by-pain-from-his-past-marcus-smart-has-become-the-heart-of-the-celtics/ …
Ben Simmons on Jared Dudley's comment about him being an average player in the half court: "That's coming from Jared Dudley."
I am inspired by the Nets-76ers beef. They haven’t even gotten to Game 3 yet and they’re launching missiles back and forth at each other in the press.
NEW STORY Kyrie Irving was great, Jaylen Brown’s pass gave Brad Stevens joy, Jayson Tatum helped close out the Pacers. The Celtics dug themselves out of a double-digit fourth-quarter deficit by shedding some of their worst habits at the right time: https://theathletic.com/931614/2019/04/18/celtics-shedding-their-bad-habits-at-just-the-right-time/ …
FROM LAST NIGHT
NEW STORY Kyrie Irving was great, Jaylen Brown’s pass gave Brad Stevens joy, Jayson Tatum helped close out the Pacers. The Celtics dug themselves out of a double-digit fourth-quarter deficit by shedding some of their worst habits at the right time:
Sacrificing for one another. Doing the little things. Keeping it simple. The Celtics are ditching the bad habits that have held them back, and doing the right things, at exactly the right time. From @ByJayKing: https://theathletic.com/931614/2019/04/18/celtics-shedding-their-bad-habits-at-just-the-right-time/ …
"It felt good to be here in this position, playing in this arena. It’s just been a long journey having those two knee surgeries and watching the team last year. And finally getting a chance to lace ‘em up for the Boston Celtics in the NBA playoffs, there’s nothing like it.”