Re: Celtics v Heat: Celtics in???
posted at 4/30/2011 12:11 AM EDT
In Response to Re: Celtics v Heat: Celtics in???
[QUOTE]I think their is QUIT in one of these teams. There is history of quitting on his ex team and coach.. the celts made studmire want to quit in the last series..Bad back? Please...Once the srews were tightened and the big boys played big leauge ball, the little boys went home. I know this opponent is better than NY, but, as i said, there is history here. So, either Lebrons is ready to take the next step and finally reach all that potential while making the Cs look slow, old, and lost. Or the king is a fraud and spoilstra has to walk the long way around to the bench while avoiding those king elbows and that bus he will be thrown under, unless they win. Thats pressure..Speaking of benches is miami signing anybody???
Posted by Ortiz123[/QUOTE]
I like it! I like it a lot. I like the swagger! I like the confidence.
I hope you are right Big Papi, but there certainly was no quit in the Knickbockers, was there.
And this Miami team is much better in terms of talent. Guts & glory -- well, that remains to be seen.
The talent is there, they seem hungry, but who knows, when the C's put a hurtin' on them will they respond or will they slink off to their separate corners pointing fingers.
I, personally, think they are ready to play with the big boys: but are they good enough to beat the Celtics? No, not if the Celtics play Celtic Basketball. But just let the shots stop dropping or Rondo begins walking the ball up the court . . . (for some unexplained reason) and look out.
I think it will be a tough fight for the C's, but on the other hand, I'd love to see a sweep and total Celtic domination.
It's the playoffs, ferchrissake, who knows what can happen?
BTW is it my computer or my Internet or is the Poll incredibly slow to load?