Pietrus doesn't want to go fishing

759084.jpg

Pietrus doesn't want to go fishing

BOSTON -- Mickael Pietrus smiled his entire postgame interview, maintaining an optimistic outlook following the Boston Celtics Game 6 loss to the Miami Heat in the Eastern Confernece Finals.

As he discussed the upcoming Game 7 in Miami, he talked about staying positive, keeping their heads up, and playing with energy.

Good things happen when you stay positive, he said after the Heats 98-79 win. Saturday is going to be a great day for us.

Pietrus doesnt want to consider the alternative. When he joined the Celtics this season, he made no secret of the fact that he wanted to win a championship. Over the past months, he has emphasized sacrificing himself for the team and buying in to one another.

Winning is the only option he is thinking about.

Its Game 7, he said. Its win or go home. Im not interested in going fishing. Im not a big fishing guy. Im more of an OKC guy.

The Oklahoma City Thunder await the winner of the Celtics-Heat battle in the NBA Finals.

Blakely: Jae Crowder is more than 'just another guy' on Celtics

Blakely: Jae Crowder is more than 'just another guy' on Celtics

As the NBA trade deadline gets closer and closer, A. Sherrod Blakely helps shed some light as to why the Boston Celtics may be unwilling to part ways with Jae Crowder

Dickerson: Why is it so crazy to think about Celtics eventually trading Thomas?

Dickerson: Why is it so crazy to think about Celtics eventually trading Thomas?

Greg Dickerson believes in the off-season the Boston Celtics should see what they could get for a trade involving All-Star Isaiah Thomas.