Brad Stevens said it 3 days ago on Zolak and Bertrand. He’s not going to Indiana University.
“I said it the other day. I’m not. I tried to say it as clearly as I could and make sure that people understand that place to me is special, because I don’t want to make it sound like it’s not,” Stevens said.
“But, like I said the other day, I’m so grateful to this organization, and to the people here, and for all that they’ve done for us.”
Stevens admits the Celtics with a 20-20 record are having a tough season, but he still loves his job.
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“I love this area. People have been great to us. My family is so happy,” Stevens told reporters, “At the same time, home is home, and that’s why I wanted to make sure everybody understood that means a lot.”
Stevens wished Indiana the best in finding the successor to Archie Miller, but emphasized it won’t be him.
“I’m not a kid anymore. I’m a 44-year-old Masshole. I swerve around others when I’m driving, I eat Dunkin’ Donuts, and I root for the Patriots.”