”I wasn’t playing like my normal self,” admitted Lee. “Roles changed a little bit, they wanted me to focus more on being a defensive player and spot-up shooter. I have a whole summer to get involved in doing a lot of spot-up shots, and working on my role, what it is going to be next year and whatnot. I’ll be prepared for that, a lot better than I was this year.”
ESPN Boston: Will Boston Celtics guard Courtney Lee be back with team next season?
Now that the season is over, the inevitable blame game has already started. Who is to blame for the Celtics fall? In some corners, Courtney Lee has taken a bit of heat, and understandably so with his underwhelming performance this season. Lee came to Boston in a sign and trade deal that landed him a pretty little contract, but failed to live up to the expectations that he and Jason Terry would replace Ray Allen.
Lee had his chances this season, he started almost half the season due to the Avery Bradley injury, and got his fair share of time...