Marcus Smart opens up about the Warriors' final loss
Marcus Smart believes the Boston Celtics gained from their loss to the Golden State Warriors
After struggling through the Eastern Conference playoffs, the Boston Celtics were defeated by Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals.
In a new meeting with CLNS Media, Celtics guard Marcus Smart focused on the extreme misfortune.
"We need to take the illustration seriously. We have gained some useful knowledge from our experience and unfortunately we have to surrender to make it happen,
In any case, right now we realize that it's a burden on you intellectually, really, internally, to be there to play," Smart said.
“When you're excited about a certain character and when you're not, how to play it and keep yourself cool.
It's a lot of elements that we've learned individually and as a group… it's hard to get familiar with the hardest way… it's still new to us,
So the guys are really trying to wait, but we'll get there once we start talking, but right now we're giving ourselves a break.
Losing is usually extreme, however losing after a tough fight to reach the NBA Finals is definitely hard to swallow.
As for Smart and the Celtics, they learned a lot from their deep run and will look to build on that this season.
As for the Warriors, they have learned a lot and will look to make another run.