Doc Rivers and the rest of the Boston Celtics may not know what they’re getting from Darko Milicic heading into the season, but one certainty is that Milicic is willing to play hard. Well, maybe a little too hard. Per CSNNE: “All the things of the past that seemed to weigh Milicic down, appear to have dissipated — for now, at least. Reliving the past doesn’t do Milicic any good. Living in the past? That’s even worse. ‘I’m done trying to prove I’m the No. 2 pick and that [expletive] stuff,’ Milicic said. ‘This year, it’s all about Celtics, to show that I am a team player. It’s not about me. It’s about us as a team.’ Milicic added: ‘I’ll do whatever it takes, whatever I need to do to help this team. So now, if I have to go kill someone on the court, I’ll kill someone on the court’ [...] ‘Whatever needs to be done for the team to be better,’ Milicic added, ‘I’ll do it.’”