Does Joe Mazzulla deserve blame for the Boston Celtics Game 4 Loss to Philadelphia 76ers?
After trailing by as many as 16 points against the Philadelphia 76ers, the Boston Celtics had a chance to steal Game 4 away but came up short in a 116-115 overtime loss.
Late in the game, Jaylen Brown made a costly error by double-teaming on Joel Embiid, leaving James Harden alone in the corner to hit the game-winning 3. With time left on the clock and two timeouts to burn, Celtics head coach Joe Mazzulla let the play unfold instead, which led to a made Marcus Smart 3-pointer that was a few tenths of a second late. Does Mazzulla deserve blame for the loss?
Join the hosts of the CLNS Media “Garden Report” podcast Bobby Manning and Josue Pavon onsite at TD Garden as they recap the action and discuss the decision-making of the Celtics and Joe Mazzulla on Sunday night in the video embedded below.
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Should Joe Mazzulla have called a timeout at the end of Game 4? Opinions vary