Celtics vs Thunder 03/10/13

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    Re: Celtics vs Thunder 03/10/13

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    Cowens played here in his prime. KG didn't. 

     

     

    I keep saying it, if you're going to look for excuses you'll surely find one.

    The point is it's there for the taking but KG can't seem to rise to the occasion.



    So this whole time the real problem wasn't RR, it was KG not rising to the occassion.  I guess.  They all have issues!!

     
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    Re: Celtics vs Thunder 03/10/13

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    I am just saying KGs skills have eroded greatly, I don;t think it is because he isn't clutch. If he were 28 I bet his stat line would have been a tad different today.

     

     

    I don't disagree with you. But if that's the case then KG's better off retiring. 

    KG's being paid 11m per year. It would have been nice if he only took 5m per year. 

    In Minnesota the Wolves always had monetary issues because KG always had to be the highest paid player in the league.

    Come on, he's being paid a lot of money and if he can't deliver we're just going to say he's old?



    I would have been fine if he retired.  He is still a good big but he turns 37 in May.  It's just going to get worse.

     
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    People forget when KG was with the Wolves he was an incredible athlete. he would get 24 points and 14 boards a game off of effort and being an athlete. Now his game is fade away jump shots and effort.

    Big difference.

     
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    Example of a "good loss". They didn't collapse on the road against a team with an amazing home and away reocrd. They were always in the game. Held OKC to under 91pts, which is a feat in itself. Our HOF-ers had poor showings, yet the kids kept us in it. NOBODY thought we'd beat them in OKC having won in Boston already. We played a poor offensive game overall, BUT they neveer mailed it in defensively. GOOD LOSS!

     
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    People forget when KG was with the Wolves he was an incredible athlete. he would get 24 points and 14 boards a game off of effort and being an athlete. Now his game is fade away jump shots and effort.

    Big difference.

     



    KG never played in the low post even when he was young. He was a jump shooting big man then and he's still a jump shooting big man now.

     



    My point was he got his points on jump shooting, put backs and running the break.  Now its just jump shots. You are correct in that he has never been good on the block.

     
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    Re: Celtics vs Thunder 03/10/13

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    Example of a "good loss". They didn't collapse on the road against a team with an amazing home and away reocrd. They were always in the game. Held OKC to under 91pts, which is a feat in itself. Our HOF-ers had poor showings, yet the kids kept us in it. NOBODY thought we'd beat them in OKC having won in Boston already. We played a poor offensive game overall, and had a poor offensive sowing, BUT they neveer mailed it in. GOOD LOSS!

     



    Only 1 HOF-er had a poor showing.

     

    Pierce played well, 20 points. Without Pierce the game would've been over in the 2nd or 3rd qtr.


    OK, fair enough. PP played OK on the offensive end, but wasn't really in on D much. Regardless, I still see this as a loss that the team will get past by the end of the flight.

     
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    So how's did bradley's shooting the last 3 games Fierce?

    Awesome? Mediocare? average? or what? 

     
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    Re: Celtics vs Thunder 03/10/13

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    Matchups man...the NBA game is all about matchups.  The redhead was looking through my trash last night.


     
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    Re: Celtics vs Thunder 03/10/13

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    Example of a "good loss". They didn't collapse on the road against a team with an amazing home and away reocrd. They were always in the game. Held OKC to under 91pts, which is a feat in itself. Our HOF-ers had poor showings, yet the kids kept us in it. NOBODY thought we'd beat them in OKC having won in Boston already. We played a poor offensive game overall, and had a poor offensive sowing, BUT they neveer mailed it in. GOOD LOSS!

     



    Only 1 HOF-er had a poor showing.

     

    Pierce played well, 20 points. Without Pierce the game would've been over in the 2nd or 3rd qtr.

     


    OK, fair enough. PP played OK on the offensive end, but wasn't really in on D much. Regardless, I still see this as a loss that the team will get past by the end of the flight.

     

     



    No doubt this loss is not a big deal.

     

    I'm just concerned about KG's disappearing act when it matters the most. Just like Game 7 of the 2010 Finals and last year's Game 7 against the Heat.

    The Celtics can still get to the Finals. But KG needs to rise to the occasion.

     


    Absolutely agree. Ironically, I think today's game had alot to do with Perk being out there. KG just seems a little too forgiving and less serious with his intensity when he plays against Perk. Its like a proud Dad playing against his Son out there. KG and Fish are very close outside fo the gym  too. He definitely isn't at his best when he isn't playing with attitude. He's gotta quit that.

     

     
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    Re: Celtics vs Thunder 03/10/13

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    So how's did bradley's shooting the last 3 games Fierce?

    Awesome? Mediocare? average? or what? 

     


    So you're going to manipulate the facts by only showing us the games where Bradley didn't shoot well?

     

    HAHAHA

    How about this CHE, how's Bradley's shooting the last 10 games? 

    Awesome? Mediocre? Average? Or what?



    No that's not the point. I like Bradley - what I don't like was your garbage hit or miss zhyte. You open your mouth so fast. When bradley is consistent - that's the time you open your azz.....but until then  don't let your FUNGUS grows in your tongue.

     
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