Better lucky than good?

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    Better lucky than good?

    Let's face it, there will be doubters out there who say that the C's could have easily lost 3 of 4 to this depleted Knicks team... but I think the better team, the veteran team, will always make the right execution at the end.  Yeah disappointed that we nearly blew a 23-pt lead, but unlike the Mavs, we executed when we had to. 

    Now we are the FIRST team to get out of the first round. 
     
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    Re: Better lucky than good?

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    No luck involved here. 

    The Celtics played like a vetern team of consumate professionals, took everything the Knicks threw at them, and came away with a sweep.

    Don't look for negatives where there are none, the Knicks are tough and sometimes your shots don't drop, they rim out, and that's what happened today or we would have blown them out.

    There is always room for improvement and this team recognizes that which is all the more reason to love and respect them.
     
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    Re: Better lucky than good?

    it's good to give them some practice with a sense of urgency. It'll benefit them going forward. it's too bad that we don't get another game for a week.
     
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    Re: Better lucky than good?

    A win is a win is a win.... you play to level of your opponent often, and if you do enought to win then you played well enough. 

    This team is gelling and that's what people should take notice of. 
     
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    Re: Better lucky than good?

    We won because we were more prepared to make plays in crunch time. Look at the Heats stats in crunch time all season and playoffs. people need to realize being composed in the crunch is a sign of champions
     
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    Re: Better lucky than good?

    The Celtics won...they swept....because the Knicks... ahhhh...really freakin' stink. The concept of team defence is Arabic to them. Nice warm-up series ,they haven't played anybody yet ...let the intensity grow..stay healthy...we'll see.
     
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    Re: Better lucky than good?

    A very good effort by the Celtics in the last two games.  You could say they were lucky to win the first two games, but not the last two.   They dominated NY in both of the last two games.  Not as much today, but still had a good lead for most of the game.  You can't say that they were lucky, but just a much better team than NY. 
     
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    Re: Better lucky than good?

    The Celtics took what was the toughest draw (other than Memphis)in the bottom half of the playoffs. Dealing with NY and two new superstars could have been an nightmare.  I thought it has to go six. I am thrilled to see how we came out in four games with no injuries.  We are tough road warriors who are looking like we got our mojo back.
     
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