In the world, there are real problems--and then there are the problems we wish we had.
Some people don't have electricity or clean drinking water or enough to eat. Those are terrible problems. And then there's people who think things are problems when it turns out, they're actually really lucky if this is all they have to worry about.
Right now, that's the case for the fifth place Boston Celtics. Now, would it be nice if they were in first place? Sure! Why not. That would be pretty cool. However, it looks like Terry Rozier assessed the "problem"--because it is one of those big, serious issues we were talking about a minute ago (no, not really).
A reporter asked Terry Rozier if the Celtics had too much talent. Yes. Too much. And he agreed with the sentiment. Here is what he had to say.
“I don’t think we’ve all been on a team like this,” Rozier said, according to Yahoo Sports. “Young guys who can play, guys who did things in their career, the group that was together last year, then you bring Kyrie and Hayward back, it’s a lot with it.”
“Too talented, yeah," he then said, when asked the big question. "Too talented.”
See, this is one of those problems that is hard to solve because you can't tell if people are being serious or not. If a team is too talented, in theory, the solution is to subtract from the team's talent. But that would make the team worse, on paper at least.
I don't know. It's confusing.
A lack of chemistry and a bunch of overconfident guys not playing as a team can be a bad thing, but talent in of itself is not bad. So yeah, maybe that's what he means--and he's just trying to be nice about it.