Celtics radio analyst Cedric Maxwell joins Lou Merlon on "Uno Sports Tonight" to break down the C's up-and-down weekend, when Boston beat Portland on Friday but fell in Milwaukee on Saturday.
"A lot of good things happened," Maxwell said of the C's victory and of their 17-0 start against the Bucks. "Then, they started turning the basketball over. Monta Ellis got going... I think Kevin Garnett said it best: 'No ball movement at the end of the second half.'"
C's forward Jeff Green has shown flashes, but fans and Maxwell are waiting for more consistency.
Maxwell reminded fans that Green is coming off heart surgery.
"It's going to take him time," Maxwell said. "There are times he's going to be really good and times that he's going to be lethargic.
The return of guard AVery Bradley in the new year should boost the defense. Bradley is recovering from surgery on both shoulders.
"He controls the initial point of attack and is a great defender," Maxwell said of Bradley. "He will stop penetration."