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  • wanna work harder than everyone else on the card.

    想比卡上的其他人更努力。

  • Harder than the refs.

    比裁判還難。

  • Harder than my teammates.

    比我的隊友還難。

  • That's just my mentality.

    這只是我的心態。

  • He's played and 340 plus straight games, and he plays his heart out every single night.

    他連續打了和340多場比賽,他每天晚上都在用心打球。

  • Being active enough to get your hands on the offensive rebound is very, very difficult.

    足夠積極,想要拿到進攻籃板是非常非常困難的。

  • He's averaging four game during the playoffs.

    他在季後賽期間,場均四場。

  • It's unbelievable.

    真是不可思議。

  • What a performance on the board for Tristan Thompson, 11.

    11歲的特里斯坦-湯普森在板上的表現真不錯。

  • A rebound Tristan should probably a cavalier for his whole career.

    籃板的特里斯坦大概應該是整個職業生涯的騎兵。

  • You really built a life in Cleveland, and now you're building a whole new path for yourself in Boston.

    你真的在克利夫蘭建立了生活,現在你在波士頓為自己建立了一條全新的道路。

  • So what's been the hardest part of relocating and then switching teams for the first time in your NBA career?

    那麼,NBA生涯第一次搬遷,然後換隊,最難的是什麼?

  • It's almost very, so much like a kid going to college, you know, growing up basically my whole MBA career, being in Cleveland and, you know, spending nine years there and knowing the staff in the front office and keep arena.

    這幾乎是非常,所以就像一個孩子上大學,你知道,長大了基本上我的整個MBA職業生涯,在克利夫蘭,你知道,花了九年的時間,知道工作人員在前臺和保持舞臺。

  • So it felt like home.

    所以感覺就像回家一樣。

  • And obviously, you know, going to Boston now, especially with the quick turnaround in free agency.

    而且很明顯,你知道,現在去波士頓,尤其是自由市場的快速轉折。

  • It was it was definitely a little nervous just because it's all new.

    是它肯定有點緊張,只是因為都是新的。

  • But one thing about the Celtics they made feel very comfortable.

    但有一點,凱爾特人隊他們讓人感覺非常舒服。

  • Very, you know, open arms.

    非常,你知道,張開雙臂。

  • As soon as I signed, I got text left and right for everyone from from the top of you know, Danny Ainge.

    我一簽完字,我就收到了大家的簡訊,從上到下,從你知道的丹尼-艾格。

  • Thio guys are working equipment, so they've been so welcoming.

    Thio的人都是在設備上工作,所以他們一直很熱情。

  • And it feels good to be we wanted and need.

    而且這種感覺很好,是我們想要的和需要的。

  • So it made me feel good.

    所以,這讓我感覺很好。

  • Make decisions.

    做出決定。

  • Who was the first one of your new teammates that reached out to you when you sign?

    簽約時,你的新隊友中第一個主動聯繫你的是誰?

  • Uh, shoot e J T J T s been texting me for the last couple of years.

    呃,拍E J T J T S一直髮短信給我 在過去的幾年。

  • You know, after the trade, that line so we could go ahead, take a buyout.

    你知道,在交易之後,那條線,所以我們可以繼續,採取買斷。

  • I said said, no, bro, I'll see you guys.

    我說說,不用了,兄弟,我看你們。

  • Free agency.

    自由機構。

  • Best of luck.

    祝您好運

  • But you know me, jt even cool.

    但你知道我,甚至很酷。

  • I know, Jalen, since he's been a rookie, me and Kemba we've known each other since high school, so every guy reached out Marcus Smart like everyone literally text within the 1st 10 minutes.

    我知道,杰倫,因為他一直是一個新秀,我和肯巴我們已經知道對方從高中開始,所以每個人都伸出馬庫斯-斯馬特像每個人字面上的文本在第1 10分鐘。

  • Like we need you here.

    就像我們需要你在這裡。

  • We've been talking about it like, you know, you're you're the guy that we want here.

    我們一直在談論它,你知道,你... ...你是我們想要在這裡的傢伙。

  • You feel like you're the missing piece for them.

    你覺得自己是他們的缺失品。

  • So it felt good to just get like that.

    所以就這樣的感覺很好。

  • Kind of like welcoming and not much love.

    有點像歡迎,卻沒有多少愛。

  • Uh, question, because it's my first time we have a different team.

    呃,問題,因為這是我第一次有不同的團隊。

  • That's been the overall sentiment about signing you, that you really seem to be the missing piece for this team.

    這就是對簽下你的整體感受,你似乎真的是這支球隊缺少的一塊。

  • But before we go more into the Celtics, I do wanna talk a little bit more about your time with the cabs because you really were part of three different eras with drafted in 2011.

    但在我們進入凱爾特人隊之前,我確實想多談一點關於你在計程車隊的時間,因為你確實是三個不同時代的一部分,在2011年被選中。

  • And you were a few years with you in a young Kyrie.

    和你在一起幾年的年輕凱里。

  • And I guess you want to say rebuilding or just really at the bottom of the then boom championship run every year with LeBron and then boom, you're the veteran trying to teach young guys.

    而我猜你想說重建或者只是真的在底層,然後轟轟烈烈的總冠軍每年都有勒布朗,然後轟轟烈烈的,你是老兵想教年輕人。

  • So how can you describe what those transitions were like for you?

    那麼,如何描述你的這些轉變是怎樣的呢?

  • I think first of all, I was just so lucky to be ableto be a part of, like those three different errors.

    我想首先,我只是太幸運了,能夠成為其中的一部分,比如那三個不同的錯誤。

  • I think, uh, for me, you know, being with ground for the last four years, it just shows you like what great players do and and being around LeBron, you know, the first year right after Labor Day, he was in the gym ready to go, and training kind of starts three weeks later.

    我想,呃,對我來說,你知道,在過去的四年裡,與地面,它只是告訴你喜歡什麼偉大的球員做,並在勒布朗身邊,你知道,第一年就在勞動節後,他在健身房裡準備好了,和訓練種開始三個星期後。

  • So he was in the gym.

    所以他是在健身房。

  • So I was like, Wow, like me Carry we thought we worked on were like, you know, this guy is, you know, full germ swept before 10 a.m. We're like, Okay, so this is what the great This is what the greats do.

    所以我當時就想,哇,像我這樣的Carry,我們認為我們的工作就像,你知道,這傢伙是,你知道,全細菌清掃上午10點之前,我們就像,好吧,所以這是偉大的,這是偉大的人做什麼。

  • And I think for me learning that and being a sponge and I even text LeBron When I made my decision to the Celtics, I texted and said, You know, everything you taught me There's four years, and even prior to that relationship, I wanna basically pay it forward.

    我認為對我來說,學習,是一個海綿,我甚至簡訊勒布朗 當我做出我的決定凱爾特人隊,我發短信說,你知道,你教我的一切 有四年,甚至之前的關係,我想基本上向前支付。

  • Thio.

    Thio.

  • These guys like Jason and Jalen and Marcus because, you know, these guys all have potential to be very good in our league.

    這些傢伙像傑森、杰倫和馬庫斯,因為,你知道,這些傢伙都有潛力在我們的聯盟中表現得非常好。

  • And you've seen how great you know Jason is, and Jalen is.

    你也看到了,你知道傑森和杰倫有多厲害。

  • In my opinion, he is an all Star talent, and Marcus Smart's got better every single year in his career.

    在我看來,他是一個全明星的天才,馬庫斯-斯瑪特的職業生涯每年都在進步。

  • So for mental brown everything you taught me, I want to just pay it forward.

    所以,對於心理啡你教給我的一切,我想只是回報。

  • I think that's what this league is about, you know, what you know, if you're able to play with great players and learn stuff from them, you should pay for it because they keep things going in.

    我認為這就是這個聯盟的目的,你知道,你知道,如果你能夠與偉大的球員一起玩,並從他們那裡學到東西,你應該為此付出代價,因為他們讓事情在。

  • It's just great for our league.

    這對我們的聯盟來說,簡直是太好了。

  • Yeah, I mean, it was well documented that you became such a mentor to those young guys, But was there ever a time where you and Kevin love felt like the Will Smith named in the living room?

    是啊,我的意思是,它是很好的記錄 你成為這樣的導師 那些年輕的傢伙, 但有一段時間,你和凱文愛 感覺像威爾史密斯命名 在客廳?

  • Just like just looking at once, Jr was gone.

    就像只看了一次,小就走了。

  • You know, me and Caleb deftly felt like the Will Smith.

    你知道,我和凱萊布巧妙地感覺到自己就像威爾-史密斯。

  • And you're looking around.

    而你卻在四處張望。

  • You're like, man, this is totally the only people left that was part is running the training staff, like, literally, everyone's gone.

    你想,夥計,這完全是唯一的人離開 這是一部分是運行的培訓人員, 喜歡,從字面上看,每個人都走了。

  • T lose gone.

    T失去了。

  • So that was you know, we were definitely upset about that.

    所以,那是你知道,我們肯定是不高興的。

  • And what not?

    還有什麼不是呢?

  • But thank God.

    但感謝上帝。

  • You know, we can't have each other and literally like next door neighbors.

    你知道,我們不能有對方和字面上像隔壁鄰居。

  • Your house is.

    你的房子是。

  • So we just say, Hey, but glass, I want to just talk, talk about the past few days, and then I'm sure you also watched what was going on in the bubble.

    所以我們就說,哎,但是玻璃,我想就談一談,談一談這幾天的情況,然後我相信你也看了保麗龍的情況。

  • From what you know about LeBron and being on the championship run with him.

    從你對勒布朗的瞭解和和他一起衝擊總冠軍。

  • What If anything surprised you about his performance in the bubble.

    如果說他在保麗龍中的表現讓你感到驚訝的話。

  • E think, of course it's performance was amazing.

    E認為,它的表現當然是驚人的。

  • But the key, which separates him from all the people, that how well he was able to keep his team locked in like Let's be realistic when guys, you're going to the bubble because you know hasn't been invited.

    但關鍵的是,他與所有的人的區別,他是如何能夠保持他的團隊鎖定在像讓我們現實的時候,夥計們,你要去保麗龍,因為你知道還沒有被邀請。

  • So the world was opening up like opening up bit by bit.

    於是,世界就像打開了一樣,一點一點地開放。

  • But then for us, Brush and I have to You have to go basically going lock down for your career so mentally that I know for sure.

    但是,那麼對於我們來說,我和刷子你必須要去基本上去鎖定你的職業生涯,所以在心理上,我知道肯定。

  • Guys were definitely upset about that.

    夥計們肯定很不高興。

  • But him to be able to keep his guys and his group locked in on you know, the goals go like, Do we wish we were home in L.

    但他能夠讓他的球員和他的團隊鎖定在你知道,目標去像,我們希望我們在L的家。

  • A.

    A.

  • Playing Staples?

    打斯泰普斯?

  • Yes, of course.

    是的,當然。

  • But you know, we're in Orlando.

    但你知道,我們是在奧蘭多。

  • Let's make the best of it, and that shows real leadership.

    讓我們把它做到最好,這才是真正的領導力。

  • That's what That's the picture of a gold, someone that can, you know, banging his band together and whether it's rain or shine or whether they're playing in Jupiter or Mars or Earth like they're locked in on what the common goal was.

    那是什麼 那是一個金子的圖片, 有人可以,你知道, 敲打他的樂隊在一起 無論它是雨或晴天 或無論他們是在木星或火星或地球玩 就像他們鎖定在共同的目標是什麼。

  • And I think That's what's more special than just the numbers he put up.

    我想這是什麼更特別的 比他提出的數字。

  • You know he's gonna put I mean, I saw him average 40 15 and 15, so nothing impressive number wise, like him.

    你知道他要把我的意思是,我看到他平均40 15和15,所以沒有什麼令人印象深刻的數字明智,喜歡他。

  • So for him to keep the group together, that's like that was like icing on the kid.

    所以對他來說,能讓大家在一起,那就像給孩子錦上添花一樣。

  • Be honest.

    誠實點

  • What was your reaction when you saw a then rookie Jason Tatum not only dunk on LeBron but then flexing his face in those 2018 playoffs?

    在2018年季後賽的那幾場比賽中,當你看到當時的新秀傑森-塔圖姆不僅在勒布朗身上扣籃,然後又在勒布朗身上撓臉時,你的反應是什麼?

  • No.

    不知道

  • So, to be honest, because watch the film he blows Jason Bowles by me on the exile swinging Jason on the wing.

    所以,說實話,因為看電影,他在流放地揮舞著傑森-鮑爾斯的翅膀,被我吹了。

  • I'm the clothes on Jason, so I do a hard closer.

    我是傑森身上的衣服,所以我做了一個硬接近。

  • He ripped.

    他撕開了。

  • Jason was buying me.

    傑森請我。

  • So I guess you could say it's technically my fault because I didn't keep Jason in front of me for when the dunks on LeBron.

    所以我想你可以說這在技術上是我的錯,因為我沒有讓傑森在我面前對勒布朗進行扣籃時。

  • So you know I must.

    所以你知道我必須。

  • I must have been wheeling and dealing.

    我一定是在做買賣

  • I must do something that happened a couple of times.

    我一定要做一些發生過幾次的事情。

  • I wasn't wheeling and dealing to get decent on my side, so I e.

    我不是為了在我這邊得到體面的交易,所以我e。

  • Something friend Kristen taking, taking the blame for that accountability, Take accountability.

    東西的朋友克里斯汀採取,承擔責任的責任,承擔責任。

  • Jason showed a lot of emotion there, but he's, you know, he's more of a quiet leader.

    傑森在那裡表現出很多的情感,但他,你知道,他更多的是一個安靜的領導者。

  • What was your first impression of Jason?

    你對傑森的第一印象是什麼?

  • And how has it changed now that your teammates?

    而現在你的隊友又有什麼變化呢?

  • Yeah, I think, uh, no, you're definitely where I think he's, uh He leads by by action, how hard he works, you know, he's in the gym getting extra shots of working on his body.

    是的,我認為,呃,不,你肯定在哪裡 我認為他的,呃,他帶領的行動, 他如何努力工作,你知道, 他在健身房得到額外的鏡頭 工作在他的身體。

  • So he leads with, you know, how he conducts himself with this craft.

    所以,他帶著,你知道,他是如何進行自己的這個手藝的。

  • And I think you know that that's that's That's a great part of leadership.

    我想你知道,這是... ...這是領導力的一個重要組成部分。

  • And I think for myself that I could bring to the table is my voice.

    而我自己認為,我能給大家帶來的是我的聲音。

  • Just because I've been through, you know, a lot of my career in such a short period of time.

    只是因為我經歷了,你知道,我的職業生涯在這麼短的時間內經歷了很多。

  • So I think it's a good balance because, you know, there's a There's a time against Toronto where we were up by 23 they cut it down to 11 on during a time out.

    所以我認為這是一個很好的平衡,因為,你知道,有一次對陣多倫多的時候,我們領先了23分,他們在暫停的時候把比分縮小到了11分。

  • Was the first time ever seen Jason really just get upset and get loud and, like, tell guys like you can't be doing this no more like when you see blood, you can't take your foot off the gas.

    是第一次看到傑森真的只是不高興,並得到大聲,像,告訴傢伙,像你不能這樣做沒有更多的像當你看到血,你不能把你的腳離開油門。

  • You got to just keep going and keep punching them until until they just stole the white flag.

    你得繼續前進,繼續打他們,直到他們偷走了白旗。

  • You can't just, you know, a couple of knockouts and just chill, like know that, like great teams and what we're trying to become And we wanna put us up in that championship contending position When you when you stop on somebody, stop on the next, you cannot give them no air.

    你不能只是,你知道,幾個淘汰,只是冷靜,就像知道,像偉大的團隊和我們正在努力成為什麼,我們想把我們在那個冠軍競爭的位置,當你停止在別人,停止在下一個,你不能給他們沒有空氣。

  • You gotta keep drilling it and play the full 48.

    你要繼續鑽研,打滿48分。

  • So when he got frustrated, raised his voice.

    所以當他沮喪的時候,提高了聲音。

  • I was, like, beautiful.

    我是一樣,漂亮。

  • So this is that the evolution of not just him as a person, look for him as a leader of our team.

    所以這是,不光是他這個人的進化,看他作為我們團隊的領導者。

  • What was your impression of Marcus Smart And how has it changed now that your teammates with them?

    你對馬庫斯-斯馬特的印象如何,現在你和他們的隊友有什麼變化?

  • But we've been going against him for so long.

    但我們已經和他對立了這麼久。

  • And, you know, we've had 3000 Boston himself, you know, I know smart very well.

    而且,你知道,我們已經有3000波士頓自己,你知道,我知道聰明的很。

  • But you know, he's that guy that you want him on your team.

    但你知道,他是那個你想讓他加入你的團隊的人。

  • You just don't wanna go against him because, like you said, you know, defensively he'll take, you know, calls or some people might think it's a charges on us, and I think it's the flop.

    你只是不想和他對著幹,因為,就像你說的,你知道的,防守上他會接受,你知道的,跟注,或者有些人可能會認為這是對我們的指控,我想這是個翻牌。

  • But you know, like I'm glad he's on our team.

    但你知道,就像我很高興他是我們的團隊。

  • But I, like you, said, he's a type of guy you want on your team.

    但我像你說的那樣,他是你想要的那種類型的人。

  • You want to win a championship.

    你想贏得冠軍。

  • You know, guys like that, whether you know, he might not be the most talented, like other wing guys in our league.

    你知道,這樣的傢伙,不管你是否知道,他可能不是最有天賦的,就像我們聯盟的其他側翼球員一樣。

  • But you know, you want that guy in a box.

    但你知道,你想讓那個傢伙在盒子裡。

  • So with you ready to rumble and right to play hard because you know, I always always told like, you know, hard work always speeds talent, especially when when you get a fray and then you're down.

    所以,與你準備隆隆聲和正確的發揮努力,因為你知道,我總是總是告訴喜歡,你知道,努力工作總是速度的人才,特別是當你得到一個fray,然後你下來。

  • Whether it's 31 or two, you want a guy that says, You know, let's lace them up.

    不管是31歲還是2歲,你都要找一個說,你知道,讓我們把他們綁起來。

  • Let's go, Let's go, let's go fight, Let's go, Rumble!

    我們走,我們走,我們去戰鬥,我們走,隆隆!

  • You mentioned your You know, you've been told so many times that you're the missing piece on this team.

    你提到了你的... ...你知道,你已經被告知了很多次,你是這個團隊中缺失的一部分。

  • Um, they you know, they have that core of of Jason, Jalen and Marcus.

    嗯,他們... ...你知道,他們的核心 傑森,杰倫和馬庫斯。

  • But you called that guard play picture perfect for you.

    但你把那場守衛戰叫得惟妙惟肖。

  • What did you mean by that?

    你這話是什麼意思?

  • I mean, just just because you know, when we get Kimba back, you know their garden with Kemba, especially with Kemba and Jason, the attraction that caused on run offense.

    我的意思是,只是因為你知道,當我們得到金巴回來,你知道他們的花園與Kemba,特別是與Kemba和傑森,吸引力,造成在運行進攻。

  • We're defensively where teams are gonna blitz them or, you know, over help for me is a big That's a That's a dynamic roller.

    我們在防守時,球隊會突擊他們,或者,你知道,對我來說,過度幫助是一個很大的,這是一個動態的滾筒。

  • It's it's bread and butter just for me.

    它是我的麵包和黃油。

  • It's literally just said a good screen roll heart in front of the rim and the big has to make a decision because I'm gonna get a good enough screen within the two on one action.

    它的字面意思就是在籃板前說好的螢幕滾心,大個子要做決定,因為我要在二對一的動作內獲得足夠好的螢幕。

  • So me and what, this Camba or Jason or Jalen were coming on a 12 1 tandem base.

    所以我和什麼,這個坎巴或傑森或杰倫都是在12 1串聯的基礎上來的。

  • Got to make a decision you're gonna give.

    得做個決定,你要給。

  • Jason Tatum was a 25 points per game scorer on easy bucket, or you're gonna try to take away his floater a layup, and then I'll be open.

    傑森-塔圖姆是一個場均25分的得分手,靠著輕鬆的扣籃,不然你要想奪走他的浮球一個上籃,那我就開掛了。

  • And if helper helps the helper, then you'll have Marcus smart or dealing on other side of the corner.

    而如果幫手幫助幫手,那麼你就會讓馬庫斯聰明的或在角落的另一邊交易。

  • We open three.

    我們開三個。

  • So for me, when you have guards of that talented, it's very similar.

    所以,對我來說,當你擁有那樣天賦的衛士時,就會非常相似。

  • When I start with Kyrie, when you have a broad, you have guards that just attracts so much defensively.

    當我從凱里開始,當你有一個廣泛的,你有警衛,只是吸引了這麼多的防守。

  • It opens up everything for for for myself and smart in front of guys out there, so it's It's it's picture perfect and, you know, they let me get all the rebound.

    它為我自己打開了一切,在外面的人面前很聰明,所以它是... ...它是完美的畫面,你知道,他們讓我得到所有的反彈。

  • So I'm not.

    所以我不是。

  • I'm not.

    我沒有

  • I'm not tripping.

    我沒有被絆倒。

  • I'm excited about that.

    我很興奮

  • Thanks for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content.

    感謝您在YouTube上觀看ESPN的體育直播和優質內容。

  • Subscribe to ESPN plus.

    訂閱ESPN加。

wanna work harder than everyone else on the card.

想比卡上的其他人更努力。

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