Blake Griffin, the reason for joining Boston, “It was an opportunity that I could never miss.”
Blake Griffin (33) revealed why he moved to the Boston Celtics (hereinafter referred to as Boston).
Boston officially announced Griffin’s recruitment on the afternoon of the 3rd (Korea Standard Time). Since then, Boston has reported on Griffin on the morning of the 4th (Korea Standard Time).
“Boston has always been one of the places to have a great experience as an NBA player,” Griffin said after finishing his first practice in a Boston uniform on the 3rd. “The fact that Brad Stevenson is in the front office now is the key they have.” I’ve played Jo Magazula in real life college. This was an opportunity I couldn’t miss,” he said.
Griffin experienced the elimination of Boston in the first round of the playoffs for Brooklyn last season. Griffin, who recalled the time, said he paid attention to Boston’s young players’ training results and their passionate performance.
Griffin said, “They are willing to outdo everyone and can be driven. “It’s really hard for a team with so many talents to have that mindset,” he praised the Boston squad.
Blake Griffin had a career minimum (17.1 minutes) last season as he failed to shoot. Still, Griffin is one of the best hustlers in the NBA.
Griffin only played 56 games last season, but was named the NBA’s No. 1 player after winning 26 offensive fouls. In Boston, Marcus Smart (16 times) and Derek White (25 times) are expected to be in the top 10 in the category, so many husks are expected.
Currently, Robert Williams III, who will play as the main center for Boston, was absent due to knee surgery, and Danilo Gallinali was also out for the season due to an ACL (front cruciate ligament) rupture. Luke Connet has also been unable to play due to an ankle sprain. Besides Griffin, 36-year-old veteran Al Hoford was the only player left, so it was essential to recruit a big man.
Griffin, who is showing in an energetic defense and is adapting to the league with a different style of play than before, with a three-point success rate of 38.3% (3.1 attempts) in the 20-21 season, said, “I think there is a chance here. “I can continue playing basketball, I can play in the playoffs, and I became a good group,” he said, stressing that his contract with Boston was a good opportunity.
Meanwhile, Griffin won six All-Stars, three All-NBA Second Teams, two Third Teams, and the NBA Rookie of the Year as a young man. There is no Griffin who dominated the league called “Beast” anymore, but Griffin who advised Boston players who were younger on average. 토토사이트