SAD NEWS: The coach cracked crude jokes to lighten the mood for the team during……

When his team was losing to the Washington Wizards on Friday, Boston Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla tried something different.

After Friday’s thrilling 133-129 comeback victory, Mazzulla told reporters that he had cracked a few jokes with his team during the third quarter in an attempt to lighten their mood. Because they were too improper, the Celtics coach refused to show them to the media.

Was it successful? Though the players weren’t particularly impressed, the results might indicate that it did. The Celtics were losing at the time, according to Jaylen Brown, who claimed he did not find any of it funny.


Despite losing the fourth quarter, the Celtics managed to outscore Washington 36–16 in the third quarter. The Celtics’ focus may have been unintentionally redirected by Mazzulla’s efforts, or it may have been pure coincidence.

Mazzulla has previously demonstrated that he occasionally moves to the beat of a different drum. That was undoubtedly the case in this instance, but it’s difficult to argue with the outcome given that the Celtics are now 40-12.

Ankle-Questionable: Aden Springer

Butler missed practice on Saturday for the second time in a row. The squad declared it an excused absence, and it is likely that the team will decide his status at game time on Sunday. Despite Butler’s multiple injuries this season, the Heat have a winning record when he is not in the lineup. After averaging 23.2 points, 7.8 rebounds, and 6.2 assists over the last five games, he is currently experiencing what may be his best run of the season.

During Thursday’s trade deadline, the Philadelphia 76ers and Memphis Grizzlies traded for Tillman and Springer.

The San Francisco 49ers vs. Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl is preceded by the Heat vs. Celtics game.

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