With their rotations still in flux, the Celtics continue to search for a true identity on the heels of a loss to the Magic.
One big reason for the Celtics' struggles on Sunday night was the lack of offense from Jared Sullinger.
The Celtics couldn't match the Magic's energy level on Sunday night and subsequently could never catch up.
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2yOn the Day After, there are all sorts of adjustments the Celtics will be thinking about. Those may include resting Kevin Garnett for a few more minutes.
2yThere is a quiet calm about the Celtics now. But they know tonight is as close to a "must-win" as it gets.
2yGary Tanguay, Tom E. Curran, and Kirk Minihane make their choices on which team will go further in the postseason.
2yJordan Crawford impressed coach Doc Rivers during his brief time on the court in Game 1, and that may have earned him more playing time in Tuesday night's Game 2.
2yThe Celtics know they'll need more from their bench to beat the Knicks. That's just one of the adjustments they'll try to make in Game 2.
2yMike Gorman and Brian Scalabrine break down the Celtics loss to the Knicks in the Amica Game Recap.