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Boston Celtics coach Ime Udoka mentioned some of the concerns he had about his team when they faced elimination from the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

Udoka suffered a technical glitch in losing to the Warriors in Game 5, and when the cameras were turned off he and the Tony Brothers got into an argument and could adopt another. The head coach for the first year said the team was a bit overwhelmed with complaints.

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SAN FRANCISCO - June 13: Boston Celtics forward Grant Williams, # 12 and guard Marcus Smart, # 36, catch referee Tony Brothers, # 25 from Golden State Warriors head coach Ime Udoka in the fourth quarter action.

SAN FRANCISCO – June 13: Boston Celtics forward Grant Williams, # 12 and guard Marcus Smart, # 36, catch referee Tony Brothers, # 25 from Golden State Warriors head coach Ime Udoka in the fourth quarter action.
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“I think we’ve been complaining a lot of times throughout the game,” he said. By Athletic. “Delayed play may not be any different than the first, second or third quarter. We need to prevent it and get better overall.”

This is exactly what the Celtics coach said immediately after the Game 5 defeat. Udoka said he received the technology because of the way he “made a point” on the Brothers.

Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoca, # 12, responded to a foul call on Grant Williams during the third quarter of the 2022 NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California on June 13, 2022.  .

Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoca, # 12, responded to a foul call on Grant Williams during the third quarter of the 2022 NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California on June 13, 2022. .
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Celtics forward Al Horford allowed the team managers after the defeat.

“As you know, I think we’ve been able to avoid those things, especially throughout the playoffs. For whatever reason, I think it’s got to us tonight,” Harford said. By Boston.com.

On June 2, 2022, at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California, Flex celebrated against the # 42 Al Horford, Golden State Warriors in the Boston Celtics in one of the 2022 NBA Finals.

On June 2, 2022, at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California, Flex celebrated against the # 42 Al Horford, Golden State Warriors in the Boston Celtics in one of the 2022 NBA Finals.
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“It’s one of the things we’ve brought back. We’ve been able to focus on it again, but we’ll never let it get in our way. It’s not going to affect our game, the way we play things. “

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The Celtics and Warriors will face off in Game 6 in Boston on Thursday night. Tip-off is set for 9 pm ET.