The Celtics lost 123-112 to the LA Clippers last night, blowing a 28-point lead in the process, their highest such blown lead since December 5, 2003.
It was Boston's second straight home loss to an LA team, blowing double-digit leads in both games.
Veteran forward Marcus Morris Sr. sounded off after the game, blasting his teammates for the way they've gone about business this season.
"I mean, for me, it's not really about [Saturday night's] loss, it's about the attitude we're playing with," Morris said. "You know, guys are hanging their heads. It's not fun. We're not competing at a high level. Even if we're winning, it's still not fun. I don't see the joy in the game.
"I watch all these other teams in the league, guys are up on the bench, they're jumping on the court, they're doing all this stuff that looks like they're enjoying their teammates' success, and enjoying everything, and they're playing together, and they're playing to win. And when I look at us, I just see a bunch of individuals."
Morris also called out his team for lacking toughness.
"Win, lose, or draw man, we're gonna lose games. But we have no attitude. We have no toughness. We're not having fun. It's been a long season."
Morris' comments in full can be heard below:
Boston is 35-21 on the season, currently fifth in the Eastern Conference.