Jesse Felder, publisher of The Felder Report and the host of Superinvestors & The Art Of Worldy Wisdom podcast joins Grant for a wide-ranging discussion covering retail vs institutional money flows, the disconnect between economic reality and market perception, currencies, gold … But as the season wore on and he continued to see playing time, Williams admits it built up a much greater level of comfort for him heading into the restart to the season at the end of this month. For rookies like Williams, the stoppage of play was in many respects their first offseason, making the reboot to the season more like season No. But it is performances like the one we saw on Friday from Tatum that raises some questions as to whether it might be premature to put the 22-year-old Tatum among the game’s elite right now.“I don’t really let things like that affect me,” Tatum said of his struggles against the Bucks. Boston Celtics rookie forward Grant Williams recently sat down with ESPN’s Paul Finebaum of eponymous podcast fame to talk everything from the protests over the killing of George Floyd to the restart of the coronavirus-interrupted season.
"The excuse was I was late on the charge. Sometimes you have to be able to learn, laugh it off and move on.”NBA Rumors: Celtics' Marcus Smart fined for Friday's comments about officiatingCeltics' Jayson Tatum after rough night against Bucks: 'On to the next one'Paul Pierce, Kendrick Perkins recount Kevin Garnett trade to Celtics on deal's 13th anniversaryCeltics vs. Grant Williams is technically still a rookie. That time away did more than provide youngsters like Williams a chance to heal up some of the many bumps and bruises that reminded them on a daily basis that But the time off also afforded them the benefit of perspective; that is, to see where they are at and what they must do to get better with the knowledge that an opportunity to put all that together in a meaningful, purposeful way would be coming soon. In his five starts (Boston went 4-1 in those games), he averaged 5.2 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.6 assists.Marcus Smart has been disciplined for his comments made after Friday night's Boston Celtics-Milwaukee Bucks game.First fine of the NBA restart: Boston’s Marcus Smart has been fined $15,000 by the NBA for comments about officiating Friday night, sources tell Smart was irked by Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo being the beneficiary of multiple borderline calls, including an overturned offensive foul that turned into a blocking foul on Smart. Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article. The NBA calendar looks nothing like what we’re used to after a four-month pause courtesy of the global coronavirus pandemic.This once-in-a-lifetime new look to the season has created a new class of NBA players — experienced rookies.