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Boston’s Ime Udoka is pushing Jayson Tatum to develop a killer instinct, and so far it’s paying off

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The Boston Celtics dug in and watched a ton of film after their three-game losing streak on their West Coast road trip according to head coach Ime Udoka speaking to the media after Boston’s 117 – 103 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday, which he credited with having much to do with the win.

A key conversation with the Celtics’ star forward Jayson Tatum may have also played a role, which came to light when Udoka was asked if some of those road woes came from Tatum and the other younger players being overly deferential to more established stars they found themselves up against out West.

“I think so,” confirmed the Celtics coach. Co/eTPu227aLC

– The Celtics Wire December 14, 2021

“All these guys are working out together in the summer,” he explained. Co/pFYjPqTABF

– The Celtics Wire December 14, 2021

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