Could Faverani hit these numbers?

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    Re: Could Faverani hit these numbers?

    In response to Mployee8's comment:
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    Hey FIERCY .... Lookey here, your boy Fosberg agrees with Wozzy ... He thinks Fav is a keeper despite his poor grade and once the trade deadline is over Fav will get plenty of minutes to improve his game .... Hahaha, could FIERCY be WRONG AGAIN????? HAHAHA!!!!

     

    ON THE BUS

     

    These players appear to be part of Boston's long-term future given their performance, age and contract status:

     

    Vitor Faverani: His 12-point, 18-rebound, 6-block effort in Boston's home opener seems another lifetime ago. Faverani started fast and came screaming back to earth. Boston's crowded frontcourt and his own inconsistent defense have limited his playing time. The deadline could open up a greater opportunity for the 25-year-old Brazilian big man, who might just need more minutes to find his way again. The Celtics have him under their control at low money ($2.1 million next season) moving forward. [First-half grade: C-]

     

    http://espn.go.com/boston/story/_/id/10324386/grading-boston-celtics-midseason

     

    FIERCY couldn't be more wrong than anybody on the BDC Boards the last ten years ... This story blows out his Oly is Dirk, Sully & Oly will not be traded (C's for many yrs to come???) and Tankapalooza player dump in favor of a team full of draftees.

     

    Like I said ... Always bet against FIERCY predictions ... Money in the Bank!!!

    [/QUOTE] You forgot to highlight this part "Boston's crowded frontcourt and his own inconsistent defense have limited his playing time. " which is what Fierce has been saying. Fav needs to play defense or he won't be a full time NBA player. so far not even on a tanking team headed for the lottery.


     
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    Re: Could Faverani hit these numbers?

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    You forgot to highlight this part "Boston's crowded frontcourt and his own inconsistent defense have limited his playing time. " which is what Fierce has been saying. Fav needs to play defense or he won't be a full time NBA player. so far not even on a tanking team headed for the lottery.

    Defense has always been a way for observers to make assumptions on why Fav isn't playing, odd considering he is our best blocker, was only averaging two fouls a game as a starter and plays great team defense.  It's easy because defense isn't easy to quantify.  The reality is that ALL of our bigs suffered the moment they put Jordan Crawford at point in place of Avery Bradley.  

    When Bradley started the season at point guard there we were ranked 2nd in the entire NBA in defense, this was also when Fav was starting.

    As soon as they put Crawford into the lineup and he started allowing opposing point guards to blow by him and otherwise destroy him outside the three point line, that's when our interior defense had to start making up for this weakness and try to defend not only their own man but the penetrating guard as well.  We may have scored a little more but our defense fell apart.

    Easy buckets, easy assists...  Bradley can defend but can't create, Crawford could create some but couldn't defend.  After starting the season as the best defense in the NBA, Bradley and Fav, we now give up the fourth most free throws in the NBA.  

    Veteran players like Hump and Bass will just concede an easy basket, young players like Oly, Sully and Fav will foul attempting to stop every basket, that's why they're rookies.

    As soon as Rondo gets back to playing (defending) shape, this team will improve at keeping players in front of them and not blowing by them.  As soon as they move Bass and Hump, Fav will be our starting center.

     
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    Re: Could Faverani hit these numbers?

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    It's very clear that Brad Stevens doesn't play players who don't play defense.

    Marshon Brooks and Vitor Faverani are proof of that.

     

    Joel Anthony was even ahead of Fav on the depth chart against Miami last night.

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    Burp

    You're hands down the worst basketball analyst on this board.  You recycle whatever you read in Slam magazine and pass it off as your own, you flip flop like a fish on dry land.  You wouldn't know good basketball if it hit you in the head on a rocket pass by Rondo.

     
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    Re: Could Faverani hit these numbers?

    Stop repeating yourself, you can repeat the sky is red a thousand times, it doesn't make it true.

    Refute the facts in my post above or go take a flying f

     
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    Re: Could Faverani hit these numbers?

    With Bradley and Fav starting we were the 2nd best ranked defense in the NBA, Fav was averaging less than three fouls a game as a starter.  

    Those are what is commonly referred to as facts, learn the game...

     
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    Re: Could Faverani hit these numbers?

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    In response to Fierce34's comment:
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    Vitor can play defense? 

    Just because he had 3 blocks it doesn't mean he played good defense.

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    Just because he had 3 blocks, his opponent only scored 8 points and coach Stevens pointed out that the perimeter defenders for the Celtics were terrible allowing their guys to blow by them into the paint.

    He also said prior to the game "I think you saw in our last game, Faverani was one of our better defenders, period," Stevens said. "He has ability to protect the rim... Hopefully a guy like that can make up for a few of your mistakes on the perimeter."

    But I guess you know more than me and coach, why you aren't working for the C's with your vast storehouse of knowledge is beyond me.  

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    This^

     
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    Re: Could Faverani hit these numbers?

    This is great, we post 190 times about a guy who never plays.  Sort of like Thornton with the Bruins or a backup  D lineman with the Pats

     
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    Re: Could Faverani hit these numbers?

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    No, wozzy, the Celts never became the 2nd best ranked defense in the NBA with Fav and AB.

    I am 100% sure you have no proof that the Celts became the 2nd best ranked defense because it never happened.

    But feel free to share the link or whatever you have that said the Celts were the 2nd best ranked defense in the NBA this season.

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    The Celtics were ranked #2 in PPG allowed to start the season with Bradley and Fav starting, that is a fact.

     
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    Re: Could Faverani hit these numbers?

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    This is great, we post 190 times about a guy who never plays.  Sort of like Thornton with the Bruins or a backup  D lineman with the Pats

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    On a tanking team what do you expect...

     
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    Re: Could Faverani hit these numbers?

    Do the math genius... your so smart.

     
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    Re: Could Faverani hit these numbers?

    Could we take out a hit on Faverani, of course I don't mean scoot him, just a Tanya Harding knee splot so he will quit and go home and we don't have to pay him.

     
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    Re: Could Faverani hit these numbers?

    The guy is not as bad as thought by this board.

     
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