More than an hour after the final buzzer of Thursday’s 124-118 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, long after most of his teammates had boarded the team bus for their flight back home, Boston Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas emerged from the visitors locker room at Quicken Loans Arena still dripping with disappointment.
“We’re not on that level yet,” he said. “We’re not on Cleveland’s level, so we got work to do. And we gotta figure it out. “The real good teams, you make a mistake and they capitalize on it, whether it be the Cavs, the Warriors, the Spurs — those type of teams don’t let you live when you make a mistake. We’re not on that level yet.”
Source: Chris Forsberg of ESPN
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