Among the big people, the challenge for coach Brad Stevens is choosing the right people for the minutes.
Jared Sullinger acknowledged after yesterday’s practice that it’s a bigger fight for the court this season.
“Yeah, for sure,” Sullinger said. “At the same time, I’m not here to make it a rivalry between me, Amir (Johnson), Tyler (Zeller), Kelly (Olynyk), Jonas (Jerebko) or D-Lee. My biggest thing is I just want us to win. If that’s me cutting back my minutes, that’s me cutting back my minutes, but the ultimate goal is to win basketball games.”
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