Muhammad has definitely gotten better, but by changing his eating habits. He has gone from a fastbreak of double cheeseburgers as a rookie to dedicating himself to chicken salad, from approximately 245 pounds to 215 the second season, from out of shape as late as summer league last July to beach workouts that left him puking on the sands of Santa Monica, Calif., and because of it has gone from a focus of criticism to re-affirming his spot as part of the Minnesota future.
February 27, 2017 | 7:58 pm EST Update
Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey announced today that the team has signed guard Isaiah Taylor from its single-affiliation NBA D-League partner Rio Grande Valley.
“It’s a lot different,” Horford said from the Celtics locker room Monday. “Not because they are coming here but because we already played them. You can put all that anticipation behind of we haven’t seen each other since I came to join the Celtics in the summer. It was just another game then but now it’s really just another game. At the end of the day this is real. The sports business in competitive. You can’t get caught up in little things. You have to focus on the bigger picture.”