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  • Marcus.

  • We talked last Siri's against the Sixers, and you told me you had absolute confidence in your shot.

  • What did it feel like being in that zone tonight?

  • And what?

  • Is there any difference from against Philly to this team in the way that they're defending you?

  • Um, no, there's no difference.

  • There's just last last series against Philly.

  • You know, guys like Jason and Jalen who were really rolling.

  • So, you know, my touches on the offensive and was limited, which is okay, because we were so versatile and talented is gonna be nice like that.

  • It's gonna be nice where two or three guys, maybe one guys off, but everybody else is on.

  • So, you know, I just have to do what I have to do.

  • And that's play defense and doing all the little things I could help.

  • My team went.

  • Same thing.

  • This Siri's just tonight.

  • You know, my team needed more scoring for me, and I just brought it question in person.

  • Gary Washburn.

  • Marcus are involved.

  • Fourth quarter begins.

  • You did the first.

  • When when do you say to yourself, Marcus, like I'm feeling this?

  • And then when do you kind of one of your teammates feeling.

  • Can you take us through that whole first four or 500 quarter?

  • Uh, just told myself, you know, the first half the shots I was taking a women in and out a great shot just kept telling myself, All you need is one to go in and you'll be right back there.

  • And once I saw the first one go in, I knew that, You know, the next time I catch him shooting when if I'm opening, my teammates deal with a good job.

  • My first three and that fourth quarter came on passes off adjacent, um, passes.

  • You know his ability to see the floor and see the hot hand.

  • And that's that's That's just how we've been planning a bubble with this team.

  • Really trust one another, and they just keep telling a we need you to be.

  • You make some big plays.

  • That's what I did before.

  • Question person.

  • Chris Mannix.

  • It seems like for many years in your career, no matter what you're shooting, numbers are a certain point, your conference and seemed to waver at all.

  • You're going to do it.

  • Where does that come from?

  • It's just me.

  • You know, growing up.

  • I've always had confidence, You know, Um, that's just what it is.

  • You know, I believe in myself.

  • I always have and always will.

  • Do you ever enter it?

  • Do you go into 1/4 quarter?

  • Got one for seven right now.

  • Do you think about the numbers?

  • It all at a certain point?

  • Never.

  • I'm laughing to myself and to my teammates and into the opponent sometimes, you know, just telling them, you know, don't give me a good look.

  • I already this one.

  • And, you know, you got confidence like that on a team where you have so many guys that, you know you're gonna get open shots in a coach coaching staff That does a good job, you know, really allow everybody thio to succeed in on the floor in the position of there.

  • We're hearing from Raptor players today A little bit, uh, just, you know, you know, just really good job, all my blanks to go on a shot up.

  • All the shots I had when I made my first one, That was it.

  • So I just had to let him know I had a couple more in the chamber.

  • Question a question for shroud.

  • Blakely.

  • Hey, Marcus, you guys right now are exactly where you want to be in the postseason.

  • Every game you played, you've been able to win.

  • What's the key to not getting complacent, keeping that edge that that great that you guys have shown game in and game out?

  • When you right now you're in as as great a position that you could, potentially being all things considered way have to continue to play desperate.

  • Um, even though we're up, we have to play like we're down.

  • You know, we have to play games, toe win and not just not to lose a lot of teams at this point.

  • They play not to, not to lose instead of just being who they are.

  • And for us, that's that's getting up.

  • Um, excuse me.

  • Getting up into guys, playing great defense and moving the ball on the offensive in force.

  • John Corrales.

  • Good.

  • Marcus.

  • You had your stretch.

  • Kemba had a stretch.

  • Rob Williams had a stretch.

  • What does this say about you guys at different points in the game?

  • It could be somebody else that takes over for these short stretches.

  • It just shows how daily we are.

  • You know, any given time, we can have a certain player or a couple of players.

  • You get hot and get in the zone.

  • And that really makes it hard for the defense.

  • Because now you don't know who to put on who.

  • You don't know who not to put on who it is.

  • Just matchup.

  • Differences all around for us.

  • Question in person.

  • Gary Washburn.

  • I'd like us to place here one the value try to draw on Siaca going for the basket.

  • You take us through what you saw.

  • Did he bump into you?

  • Yeah, I was, You know, it was a fast break for him.

  • So I'm trying to get back and he stops and impede my progress.

  • Um, you know, hey.

  • Gave me a little bumping.

  • I guess I hit him and I got to found, um you know what happens, You know, for me and my teammates, I can't allow that to really affect me.

  • I'm trying to work on it.

  • There's something I've been working on probably in the past.

  • I've probably got upset, but I'm just at the point where my team needs me on e.

  • I can't do that to me.

  • on my team on then the strip of SIAC.

  • Um, you saved it.

  • And you thought you could get your foot.

  • Did you see your foot You released before When?

  • It was hard to tell.

  • I thought I did e probably should have do it a little bit earlier, but, I mean, it was they made the right call was a hard play.

  • Um, not enough to overturn it.

  • So it's just what it is, you know?

  • It's okay.

  • It doesn't matter.

  • Come back.

  • Still got to stop.

  • And that's all.

  • Crystal Celta's.

  • Hello, Marcus.

  • Congratulations.

  • Uh, I would like to tell me you allow just 99 point against raptors what it means about your effort and about your your gig.

  • Um, you know, that's that's that's a good congressman for us, you know, we're playing against the defending champs.

  • It was really good, especially in transition.

  • And, you know, I said it countless times.

  • They've been here.

  • They know what that tape and, uh, you know, we came out and we just tried toe match.

  • We're going beyond their energy and that show tonight.

  • And that just shows the type of team we are, the tenacity that we have to continue to fight rather things going our way or not.

  • Final question for Marcus Abby Chin Marcus Camby talked about how even though he was having a rough shooting night, he was solid on defense.

  • What does that do for all of you who are also out there on the floor and just to see him and the leader that he is continuing?

  • Thio lay it down on that end, man.

  • It gives us a boost, a tremendous boost.

  • You got your plan card setting the tone for you.

  • You know, it's contagious, and it makes everybody else you wanna be like, you know, he's the smallest guy on the court, but he got one of the biggest hearts you got a guy like that, you always wanna be on the team, and you always know you got a chance to win.

  • So when campus playing like that, we always feel we got a chance.

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Marcus.

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Marcus Smart talks Celtics’ Game 2 win vs. Raptors | 2020 NBA Playoffs

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