6-2 without Olynyk

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    6-2 without Olynyk

    Imaging where we would be if Brad had played this rotation from the beginning of the season.

     
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    I agree. If Olynyk played today the Celtics would have lost by 30.

    Humphries over olynyk turns this team from a 20 win team to a 60 win team.

    All Hail the new NBA champs!

    Okay...sarcasm off.

     
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    I agree. If Olynyk played today the Celtics would have lost by 30.

    Humphries over olynyk turns this team from a 20 win team to a 60 win team.

    All Hail the new NBA champs!

    Okay...sarcasm off.

    Oh ye of little faith.

    Putting Crawford at the point and not have Olynyk has turned us into a really good team.

    Are you a Laker fan?

     

     
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    Re: 6-2 without Olynyk

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    In response to 37stories' comment:

    I agree. If Olynyk played today the Celtics would have lost by 30.

    Humphries over olynyk turns this team from a 20 win team to a 60 win team.

    All Hail the new NBA champs!

    Okay...sarcasm off.

    Oh ye of little faith.

    Putting Crawford at the point and not have Olynyk has turned us into a really good team.

    Are you a Laker fan?

     



    actually I have been a huge fan since the days or Stacom and Ard. Being intelligent doesn't make me a Laker fan.

    Why do you feel the need to disparage Olynyk to the point that you imply that his injury alone has turned the Celtics into a really good team? Do you really think Olynyk would have cost the Celtics 40 points today?

    That sounds more like a Laker fan to me.

     
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    37, I agree there is no need to disparage Olynyk.  In fact, if he were healthy, Stevens would find a spot for him.  He has already shown, even in close games, he will have a deep rotation.  His plug-and-play has been very intelligent.

    Red Sox 2013 World Series Champions.  Patriots 2014 Super Bowl Champs???!!!

     
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    Hump over KO is not the difference.

     

    Kelly will be a good player. We can win with him. We can lose with him. We can win without him. We can lose without him.

     

    Stop being stupid.

     
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    In response to R9R's comment:

    Hump over KO is not the difference.

     

    Kelly will be a good player. We can win with him. We can lose with him. We can win without him. We can lose without him.

     

    Stop being stupid.




    The oversimplicity of thinking that because Olynk twisted his ankle the Celtics are now a really good team is mind boggling.

     
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    Re: 6-2 without Olynyk

    In response to 37stories' comment:

    In response to R9R's comment:

    Hump over KO is not the difference.

     

    Kelly will be a good player. We can win with him. We can lose with him. We can win without him. We can lose without him.

     

    Stop being stupid.




    The oversimplicity of thinking that because Olynk twisted his ankle the Celtics are now a really good team is mind boggling.



    +1

     
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    In response to 37stories' comment:

    In response to R9R's comment:

    Hump over KO is not the difference.

     

    Kelly will be a good player. We can win with him. We can lose with him. We can win without him. We can lose without him.

     

    Stop being stupid.




    The oversimplicity of thinking that because Olynk twisted his ankle the Celtics are now a really good team is mind boggling.



    If only there were a statistical correlation between Chris33's dumb posts and Celtics victories, the Celtics would be undefeated for like the last 3 years.

     

     
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    Re: 6-2 without Olynyk

    It's a different guy every game.  I think they will be better when KO gets back.  He should start Hump at the 5 anyway.......

    Craw/Pressey

    Bradley/Lee

    Green/Wallace

    Bass/Sully

    Hump/KO

    with a little Vitor thrown in is a fun team!

    11 guys and Mel Brooks for comic relief!!

     

     
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    Re: 6-2 without Olynyk

    In response to teejaytee70's comment:

    In response to 37stories' comment:

    In response to R9R's comment:

    Hump over KO is not the difference.

     

    Kelly will be a good player. We can win with him. We can lose with him. We can win without him. We can lose without him.

     

    Stop being stupid.




    The oversimplicity of thinking that because Olynk twisted his ankle the Celtics are now a really good team is mind boggling.



    If only there were a statistical correlation between Chris33's dumb posts and Celtics victories, the Celtics would be undefeated for like the last 3 years.

     



    Humphries has the best plus and minus on the team for the bigs. Olynyk has the worst....

    http://www.82games.com/1314/1314BOS.HTM

    You guys really need to research more.

     
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    Re: 6-2 without Olynyk

    Probably 6-2 and 6-1 if Oly was was playing.  Now that AB and Wild Thing are shooting so well, and the ball movement is so good, they would at least be 6-2.  Oly would not make any teammates  play worse as he is already a fine team player who is a pass-first and ball- movement guy.  His teammates are finally playing Oly/Stevens ball.

     
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    Probably 6-2 and 6-1 if Oly was was playing.  Now that AB and Wild Thing are shooting so well, and the ball movement is so good, they would at least be 6-2.  Oly would not make any teammates  play worse as he is already a fine team player who is a pass-first and ball- movement guy.  His teammates are finally playing Oly/Stevens ball.

    The Celtics are a minus 7.6 with Olynyk on the court and a plus 7.9 with Humphries on the court. That is a 15 point swing.

    http://www.82games.com/1314/1314BOS.HTM

    Numbers don't lie.

     
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    Obviously the path to a .750 winning percentage for the rest of the season is keeping Olynyk out of games.

     
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    Obviously the path to a .750 winning percentage for the rest of the season is keeping Olynyk out of games.



    It won't happen.

    We are developing players.

    Olynyk needs to spend a summer in the weight room, if he wants to be Nowitski.

     
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    Olynyk is obviously the key to the team's fortunes: don't play him and win 75% of the remaining games; play him and get into the lottery.

     

    He's one powerful dufe.

     
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    Olynyk is obviously the key to the team's fortunes: don't play him and win 75% of the remaining games; play him and get into the lottery.

     

    He's one powerful dufe.



    Glad you finally get it.

    He is the key to us being a lotto team.

    That and playing Bradley at the point.

     
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    Don't forget he's also the key to us being a contender.

     
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    Don't forget he's also the key to us being a contender.



    In 2016.

     

     
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    Re: 6-2 without Olynyk

    stupidest thread of all time

     
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    You're ignoring the schedule. Teams the Cetlics played while Olynyk was healthy: Memphis, Miami, Houston, San Antonio, Portland, San Antonio, Indiana. Teams the Celtics have played since he's been out: ATL (win), Charlotte (win), Memphis (loss), Cavs (win), Bucks (twice - split), Denver (win), Knicks (win). I'd say easier schedule has something to do with the fact the Celtics are 6-2 w/o KO. I mean the Cavs looked awful that night, the Bucks are terrible, and the Knicks game Sunday was one of the worst games I've ever seen (if you're a Knicks fan - I rather enjoyed the beatdown). I'd also say the Celtics are learning how to play Stevens' system now that they're 22 games in. Don't blame the Celtics misfortunes on a rook

     
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    You're ignoring the schedule. Teams the Cetlics played while Olynyk was healthy: Memphis, Miami, Houston, San Antonio, Portland, San Antonio, Indiana. Teams the Celtics have played since he's been out: ATL (win), Charlotte (win), Memphis (loss), Cavs (win), Bucks (twice - split), Denver (win), Knicks (win). I'd say easier schedule has something to do with the fact the Celtics are 6-2 w/o KO. I mean the Cavs looked awful that night, the Bucks are terrible, and the Knicks game Sunday was one of the worst games I've ever seen (if you're a Knicks fan - I rather enjoyed the beatdown). I'd also say the Celtics are learning how to play Stevens' system now that they're 22 games in. Don't blame the Celtics misfortunes on a rook



    Our misfortunes are the result of playing Bradley at the point and playing an overmatched rookie over our best big, Humphries. Brad has now figured it out.

    Numbers don't lie.....

    http://www.82games.com/1314/1314BOS.HTM

     
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    stupidest thread of all time



    I'm with this guy.

     
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    Re: 6-2 without Olynyk

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    You're ignoring the schedule. Teams the Cetlics played while Olynyk was healthy: Memphis, Miami, Houston, San Antonio, Portland, San Antonio, Indiana. Teams the Celtics have played since he's been out: ATL (win), Charlotte (win), Memphis (loss), Cavs (win), Bucks (twice - split), Denver (win), Knicks (win). I'd say easier schedule has something to do with the fact the Celtics are 6-2 w/o KO. I mean the Cavs looked awful that night, the Bucks are terrible, and the Knicks game Sunday was one of the worst games I've ever seen (if you're a Knicks fan - I rather enjoyed the beatdown). I'd also say the Celtics are learning how to play Stevens' system now that they're 22 games in. Don't blame the Celtics misfortunes on a rook



    Our misfortunes are the result of playing Bradley at the point and playing an overmatched rookie over our best big, Humphries. Brad has now figured it out.

    Numbers don't lie.....

    http://www.82games.com/1314/1314BOS.HTM

    So we should stop develping the big who has is younger and has a higher ceiling, so we can play a big much older big that won't be here next year, and has already hit his ceiling, all so we can win five or six more games on the year?

    Sounds like a smart investment. Banner 18 here we come. 

     
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    Re: 6-2 without Olynyk

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    In response to chris33's comment:

     

    In response to BiggerThanMyBrady's comment:

    You're ignoring the schedule. Teams the Cetlics played while Olynyk was healthy: Memphis, Miami, Houston, San Antonio, Portland, San Antonio, Indiana. Teams the Celtics have played since he's been out: ATL (win), Charlotte (win), Memphis (loss), Cavs (win), Bucks (twice - split), Denver (win), Knicks (win). I'd say easier schedule has something to do with the fact the Celtics are 6-2 w/o KO. I mean the Cavs looked awful that night, the Bucks are terrible, and the Knicks game Sunday was one of the worst games I've ever seen (if you're a Knicks fan - I rather enjoyed the beatdown). I'd also say the Celtics are learning how to play Stevens' system now that they're 22 games in. Don't blame the Celtics misfortunes on a rook

     



    Our misfortunes are the result of playing Bradley at the point and playing an overmatched rookie over our best big, Humphries. Brad has now figured it out.

     

    Numbers don't lie.....

    http://www.82games.com/1314/1314BOS.HTM

    So we should stop develping the big who has is younger and has a higher ceiling, so we can play a big much older big that won't be here next year, and has already hit his ceiling, all so we can win five or six more games on the year?

    Sounds like a smart investment. Banner 18 here we come. 



    So you are in favor of losing?

     
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