Three days removed from their Game 7 loss to the Cavaliers, a few Celtics took to Instagram to reflect on the season and thank the organization teammates and fans.
Terry Rozier thanked "the best krowd in sports!"
Jaylen Brown thought back to the scary concussion he suffered on a dunk attempt in Minnesota.https://www.instagram.com/p/BjZIZ8HAWaZ/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=1m7hgw9zatywt
Injured German forward Daniel Theis said he was disappointed in not being able to be on the court but thanked the fans who helped he and his family's transition to a new city.
How time flies...my 1st @nba year is already in the books! You all know how much I wanted to finish the season strong on the court instead of on the injury report, but that‘s part of the game as well & I have to deal with it! Nevertheless I feel very blessed & happy, because the city of Boston, the fans, my teammates & the entire @celtics organization made it so easy for my family to settle down & feel like home from day one! This was my foundation to focus on Basketball & to compete always with 100%! Already can‘t wait to put on the #27 jersey again for #Celtics season No. 2! See you soon guys!💯☘️💚 #CUsRise
Backup point guard Shane Larkin wrote of the fans: "the passion you bring to every game is unmatched throughout the league."
Year 5. Mannnnn, this season was easily the most special season I’ve been a part of as a pro and I wouldn’t want to do it with any other group of guys. I’d battle with this squad any place any time. Thanks to all my teammates/coaches/staff and everybody who made it all so special. And to the fans... y’all are amazing, the passion you bring to every game is unmatched throughout the league. Thank you for all of the support this season and I can’t wait to see what is next for me and my career! #Celtics #CUsRise #8