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Thanks for those wonderful words, John Prine.
As Dana Barros knows, COVID-19 has made survival tough for small businessmen. bostonherald.com/2020/04/07/040…
we’ve been extremely Mask On recently pic.twitter.com/YX9toOpMNo
Stop making excuses. 💪
Here is how to build
your own treadmill. 🤣 pic.twitter.com/9UlorqXm6M
Kevin Garnett ‘forever appreciative’ of Celtics, says of Timberwolves owner ’I don’t do business with snakes’ (report) masslive.com/celtics/2020/0…
Pierce or Hondo? Reggie or Tatum? Wedman or Hayward?
Ranking the top 10 small forwards in Celtics history.
NBA would ‘like to have a champion crowned by Labor Day weekend,’ per Woj masslive.com/celtics/2020/0…
The Celtics have an obvious entrant if the NBA goes forward with a HORSE competition in trick-shot legend Marcus Smart. But who else deserves consideration? We came up with some suggestions.
Who would you like to see rep the Celtics?
I could listen to Jayson Tatum talk through his Duke practice film all day.
“Damn, Jay. You goin crazy.” pic.twitter.com/XKEaVli6yl
Turkish Food Tastes Like Home 🇹🇷 pic.twitter.com/7PtnxAAQs9
According to original schedule, NCAA championship game is about to tip off... Can't decide if I'm watching from home or if I caught a flight to Atlanta last night after the Celtics-Bucks game to watch @DaytonMBB go for the title. Will get virtually hammered later in either case.
So many people have been hit harder than I have by this pandemic. I keep that in perspective, but, man, a few times during this quarantine stretch I’ve just really missed my family. It’s hard not being able to drive to them and see them and know we will all be safe doing it.
a few of our favorite dunks from this season 💪
which was your favorite? pic.twitter.com/eut40K2D4p
Jayson Tatum stepped up for the us on the court all season long.
Now, during a time of global hardship, he’s stepping up for his communities off the court. nba.com/celtics/news/s…
Gandia ne prend pas une balle c’est john wick le gars quoi ...
Cool new feature on Cleaning the Glass: You can see a player’s trend for the year in a variety of statistics. Here’s Jayson Tatum’s eFG percentage, which climbed steadily all year as his usage increased. pic.twitter.com/hpIBsSq4Jw
Tatum: "Just as professional athletes using our platform, using our voice to speak out, we can reach so many people around the world with social media. Just sending out a positive message and get everybody to do their part."
Tatum on rewatching 2010 Finals: "When I watched it in 2010, I didn’t really understand it all. I just knew the last time they played, Kobe lost in ‘08, so I wanted Kobe to win to get revenge..." (1/2)
Jayson Tatum said he’s done a lot of “cleaning up” and “doing laundry” with his free time. He also rewatched the 2010 NBA Finals Game 7 between the Celtics and Lakers.
Said he looks at it differently now with Kobe gone and Tatum’s understanding of NBA ball now so different.
Jayson Tatum said he's watching a lot of TV and fixing things up around his house and his mom's house during the quarantine. He also watched Game 7 of Celtics-Lakers in 2010.
Jayson Tatum says he has re-watched the entire Game 7 of the 2010 Finals. “I remember exactly where I was at."
Asked if suspension of season came at bad time for him, Jayson Tatum says there’s more important things.
"Obviously, I love the game and would love to be out there playing … Health and safety of everybody is more important. I’m not upset. It’s just unfortunate."
Tatum says he's on the bike, jump rope, some weights... "It's not as lavish as the practice facility"... but you do what you can with what you've got
Jayson Tatum has been using a stationary bike, weights and jump rope.
"It's not as lavish as the practice facility, but you make due with what you got."
Jayson Tatum says he has a Peloton to stay in shape. He’s also working with a jump rope and some weights.
Tatum said it would be easier if he had a basketball court at his house but... "that's kind of expensive." Says maybe he'll get something to put over his garage
Jayson Tatum said this would be “a lot easier” if he had a basketball court in his place, but “that’s kind of expensive.”
Jayson Tatum: "It'd be a lot easier if I had a basketball court at my house... But that's kind of expensive, so."
Tatum: "I love the game & would love to be out there playing. Hopefully this season or next season we can get back out there, but the health and safety of everybody is more important & I understand that. I’m not upset or anything. It’s just unfortunate and we’ll get through it."
Tatum: "It’s tough, everybody wants to be playing. But everybody understands it...Figuring this thing out is most important and everything else will figure itself out."
Jayson Tatum says whatever happens with the season, figuring out the coronavirus situation is more important.
Jayson Tatum said “it’s tough” for the season to shut down, everybody wants to be playing but everybody understands there are more important things going on right now.
Tatum on donation: "Just trying to find a way I could be of some assistance. Always trying to find a way to give back, especially being from st. Louis. Brad is from St. Louis, so he teamed up wtih Adidas to give back to St. Louis & I wanted to give back to the city of Boston."
Jayson Tatum on his fundraising campaign for Greater Boston Food Bank: "I wanted to help the city of Boston."
Tatum while discussing his donation: "I just wanted to help out the city of Boston."