Boston’s Jayson Tatum says Kobe not to blame for last season’s struggles
By Editor - Sat Oct 12, 8:09 am
After his impressive play as a rookie in the postseason, Celtics fans went into last season expecting to see Jayson Tatum make a big leap. In particular, Tatum was isolating more on offense and he was settling for long twos — 30.5 percent of his shots were from the midrange, and 16.9 were from 16 feet out to the arc. It was also the kinds of shots Kobe Bryant (and made) took for years, and Tatum had worked out with Kobe that summer.
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