Marcus Morris Rips Celtics Teammates For Blowing 28-Point Lead After Kyrie Injury

In a season which has seen the Boston Celtics fight through their fair share of ups and downs, last night’s collapse against the Los Angeles may have been one of their worst showings. The Celtics were well in control of things, up until the point in which Kyrie Irving succumbed to an injury and was forced out of the game. Irving clipped his knee in the 2nd quarter of action, never to return – his injury to be re-assessed this afternoon by team officials.

Take this into account: with Kyrie Irving at the helm in the first half, the Boston Celtics had built an advance of 28 points. Without him, the Clippers would eventually erase the deficit and come away with a 123-112 win.

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