Dwight is childish. Boston are a bunch of old,
angry men. #youdothemath
Dwight's halftime interview of himself is an example of his mentality. The fact that he agreed to even do it is a signal that he's still just a big kid. But the most damning evidence of his mentality was his reaction to the adversity on the court… especially when he played Rasheed Wallace.
Sheed got into his head and stayed there. Perk had already frustrated Dwight with his defense. Sheed just finished him off.
It's starting to get easier to understand why Dwight gets so many techs. He needs to grow up and play a man's game if he's going to hang with these Celtics. It's possible he can figure out how to do that in this series… but it's not very likely.
If he lets the C's live between his ears for the next few games… he'll have plenty of time to think about it while hanging out with LeBron on the first tee.