January 20th, the Celtics beat the Warriors 121-118.
After the game, Celtics interim coach Joe Mazura was interviewed by the media and talked about Celtics player Jason Tatum.
“Tatum played the entire second half today,” Mazula said in an interview.
“I think the game needs him to do that.”
Speaking of the game, Mazura said: “Keep calm and play physical confrontation, that’s what we’re emphasizing.”
“What have we learned? If you want to win, you have to show your fighting spirit.”
“You can’t be emotional from time to time. We will make mistakes, which is unavoidable, but the opponent will also make mistakes. We must maintain correct game habits.”
“Mistakes can’t be eradicated. The key is whether you can perform in a chaotic game. If we can respond in a chaotic scene, it will help us a lot.”
In this game, Tatum played 48 minutes, scored 34 points, 19 rebounds, 6 assists and 3 steals, and made 9 of 27 shots.