Celtics GM Danny Ainge is not happy with what he has seen from his players so far and could make roster changes to shake up the squad.
Ainge said roster changes are not out of the question, if the Celtics continue to struggle.
“Just changing faces doesn’t always change things, but it may have to come to that. It’s definitely not a time to panic. But it’s always a time to reflect.
My job is to reflect after every game on where we stand and where our team is and how much better they can get. I know our team is better than how they are playing, and I’m confident they will play better.
I’m not making judgments on all of my players, but I am seeing that there is a lack of consistent urgency, and some of that is our success.
We started out 8-3, and we’ve got a lot of young guys and we have a lot of guys that have been to the conference final three times. I think sometimes you don’t realize how hard winning is every night,” Ainge said, via Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe.
The Celtics are fourth in the East, at 13-13, having lost their last two games.