Hupu News, September 26 Today, the Heat lost 108-121 to the Celtics, and the big score was rewritten to 3-2.
After the game, Heat coach Eric Spoelstra was interviewed by reporters and talked about Heat player Bam Adebayor.
Reporter: "What do you think of Bam Adebayor's performance tonight? He said in an interview that it was his responsibility to lose."
Eric Spoelstra: "No, it is everyone’s responsibility. Adebayor has done a lot of work for us, so losing is not his responsibility, it’s the responsibility of the team. All of us We didn’t play what we should have done. Our way of playing today is not enough for us to win. For his initiative in the interview, I admire him for doing so, that’s why I love him. But he can’t Going alone, we must support him."
Reporter: "Adebayor hurt his elbow a few days ago. He was struggling a bit tonight. Will you say something to encourage him before the next one?"
Eric Spoelstra: "Yes. But I think he knows that he shouldn't stay in this game too much. We must learn from this game. This game is over. We need him to be himself in the next game. We also need everyone to do this. We will study the video and find a solution. I won’t say that we don’t know what we did wrong today, but we are ready It’s time to improve our mistakes."
Reporter: "Seeing that Adebayor wears an elbow pad today, will he always wear it?"
Eric Spoelstra: "No. We don’t want to make excuses. The Celtics did play better than us in the second half. We played better than them in the first half, but they played better in the second half. We were two to three times better in the first half. The 48-minute game is a long battle, and we must do a good job of continuity and let our good performance continue."