He certainly knows who he is now.
Rozier was stunning, helping to close Milwaukee on Saturday in Game 7 in Boston with a line of 26 points, nine assists, and six rebounds. Rozier outplayed Bledsoe all series long, and the Celtics weren’t super enthused with Bledsoe’s obvious disrespect.
Before Game 7, Boston ran a video on the board at TD Garden with another Bledsoe — former New England Patriots QB Drew Bledsoe. Addressing the crowd, Drew Bledsoe introduced himself as “The Original Bledsoe”.
Then, as time wound down in the first quarter, Celtics fans started chanting, “Who is Bledsoe?” toward the Bucks point guard.
Eric Bledsoe did finish the game with 23 points, three rebounds, and two assists, but his team took the loss and were bounced from the first round.