The Drew Bledsoe/Terry Rozier bromance could be headed for another awesome twist.
The former New England Patriots quarterback attended Game 5 of the Boston Celtics’ series-clinching win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night. He went because he’s become a storyline this postseason thanks to Rozier.
The two met before the game and have plans to hang out after Boston’s season ends. Some of those plans could even turn into a wine made by Bledsoe’s winery in Washington.
Bledsoe spoke with the media after the game and teased a potential collaboration with Rozier on a “Terry Rosè” wine.
Who knew that Drew Bledsoe would become such a big figure during these NBA playoffs?
The former New England Patriots quarterback was in attendance for Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals between the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday. Bledsoe has received renewed attention thanks to Terry Rozier.
TNT reported that Bledsoe appreciated Rozier giving him some love and that the two plan to get together after the playoffs end. As for the shirt Bledsoe was wearing this time, it represents his winery, Doubleback Winery in Washington.
Terry Rozier and Joel Embiid were called for double technical fouls late in the second quarter of Game 4 between the Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics on Monday after a scuffle.
Rozier had swiped JJ Redick in the face, which Embiid didn’t like. Rozier was called for a foul and while he was standing around, Embiid reached for the ball. A scuffle between the two ensued, with Rozier shoving Embiid.
Drew Bledsoe is earning some extra points in Boston with his wardrobe choice.
The former New England Patriots quarterback shared a photo on Instagram Thursday that showed him wearing a “Scary Terry” T-shirt in support of Terry Rozier. He posted the photo while the Boston Celtics were taking on the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference semifinals series.
Terry Rozier paid tribute to former New England Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe before the Boston Celtics began their second round playoff series on Monday night, but anyone who has been paying attention to the NBA postseason knows there was a lot more to it than that.
After the Celtics defeated the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 1, Rozier was asked about the significance of wearing a Bledsoe jersey. He played coy.
Had the Celtics lost to the Sixers on Monday, you might be able to make an argument that Rozier was too focused on last series and needs to move forward. But considering he scored a team-high 29 points to go along with eight assists, we can probably say Bledsoe’s words are still motivating Rozier.
Things got heated at times between Boston Celtics guard Terry Rozier and his Milwaukee Bucks counterpart Eric Bledsoe during the East quarterfinals, but there was mutual praise after the series concluded.
Rozier’s Celtics won game 7, but he had praise for Bledsoe, who scored 23 points in the losing effort.
“You have two guys that want to win, two chippy guys, two short point guards,” Rozier said, via Chris Forsberg of ESPN. “If it takes for us to go back and forth, jaw back and forth, battle, push each other, that’s part of the game. We talked after the game.”
“I mean, it’s the playoffs,” the Bucks guard said. “What, you expect us to be out there shaking hands, giving out hugs the whole time? S— ain’t gonna happen. He had a helluva series, man. I’ve got to take my hat off to him.”
Terry Rozier can’t stop clowning Milwaukee Bucks counterpart Eric Bledsoe.
The Boston Celtics guard, who has been matched up against Bledsoe in their first-round series, started some beef when he called him “Drew Bledsoe” (after the retired NFL QB) in a postgame press conference. That led to Bledsoe firing back and claiming that he didn’t know who Rozier was after the next game.
After Game 1, Terry Rozier accidentally called Eric Bledsoe Drew Bledsoe.
On Wednesday, Rozier doubled down on the taunt in spectacular fashion when the New England Patriots posted a picture of the actual Drew Bledsoe, who played with them for nine seasons, to their Instagram page. Rozier “liked” the post and left a comment that simply read, “My guy.”
The Celtics are now up 3-2 on the Bucks, and Tuesday’s Game 5 proved that the bad blood between the two players is very real. Rozier (16.2 points per game, 6.6 assists per game) has gotten the better of Bledsoe (12.6 ppg, 4.0 apg) on the court in the series, and now that appears to be true off of it as well.