Marcus Morris calls out Celtics teammates after embarrassing loss to Clippers

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The Clippers came back from 28 points down to beat the Celtics 123-112, the biggest comeback in Clippers' history. Even when we're winning it's still not fun. "Trade deadline's over. You're competing for a championship and that's how we've got to approach these games", said Morris.

It was the largest comeback by any National Basketball Association team in the past two seasons.

The Celtics were listed as 11.5-point favorites in the game, and it's safe to say no one could've predicted the final two quarters would unfold as they did.

Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving was listed as day-to-day by the National Basketball Association club on Sunday after an MRI revealed he suffered a right knee strain in a loss Saturday. To see their former point guard in Rajon Rondo hit a game-winner at the TD Garden while wearing a Lakers uniform is something that had to make the city of Boston sick to their stomach.

Per usual, Brad Stevens was quick to place the blame on himself.

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Harris has made a strong impression in his first two games, recording 22 points, six boards, and six assists in the team's 143-120 win over the Lakers Sunday.

"I mean, for me, it's not really about the loss", Morris said. "Right now, we just need to be more consistent in that regard". "This team, I feel a lot different about and I want to push us to that position". Whatever it takes, I'm with it.

It started with all the trade deadline rumors about Anthony Davis and how the Celtics would like to try to work out a trade with the New Orleans Pelicans in the offseason. I watch all these other teams around the league and guys are up on the bench, they're jumping on the court, they're doing all of this other stuff that looks like they're enjoying their teammates' success, they're enjoying everything, and they're playing together and they're playing to win.

"This is the team we're rocking with".

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