Dennis Schröder Reflects on Brooklyn’s Loss to Celtics

“We lost and didn’t hold back from the start,” said Schröder after the game, who was allowed to start for the first time in the third game for Brooklyn because Ben Simmons was rested. “It starts with me and I have to deal with my own issues,” the Braunschweiger continued.

Due to the game being decided early, Schröder only played 18 minutes and had 4 points (2/8 FG), 3 rebounds and 1 assist. The day before, Brooklyn had kept up at home against Boston, and this time it was the worst defeat in franchise history since In 1978, when they lost to Houston by -52.

“This is an incredibly strong team,” said Schröder about the Celtics, who have the best record in the NBA at 43-12. “But we also made it too easy for them. They played defensively exactly how they wanted. They were physical and we couldn’t find our spots (…) They kicked our asses.”

2024-02-15 09:43:31
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