When your team is losing game after game, it can get frustrating.
Apparently, it can also make you forgetful.
"Forgot what it feels like to win a little bit, it feels good," said Jeff Green after Boston's 94-87 win over the Hawks. "We've got to take it one game at a time, continue to build off each game."
With the Celtics trailing by double digits, it was Jordan Crawford who got the hot hand late in the game. Celtics coach Brad Stevens told reporters that Green was in the huddle asking that Crawford get the ball more often.
"Jordan was making plays for everybody," said Green. "When something is working, why change?"