Could Rivers' remarks be misleading?

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    Could Rivers' remarks be misleading?

    While I am not trying to make something out of nothing, I couldn't help but be bothered by Rivers' comment about PP and KG's behavior away from the court: "I don't know where they were watching the game (and I probably don't want to know)...". What is Doc saying -- that PP and KG were someplace they shouldn't be? I cannot think of any value gained by making such remarks. Further, while it is nice that both PP and KG texted their congrats, it made me wonder about Ray? Is he supposed to be less concerned about the teams progress because he didn't immediately interrupt what he was doing and send a text? I am anxious to hear what others think. If I am overanalyzing the situation, just say so. It's all good. Celts defeat Thunder for title #18!
     
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    Re: Could Rivers' remarks be misleading?

    You're over analyzing the situation.........kind of the way 24 hour sports programs with nothing else to talk about do the same thing!
     
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    Re: Could Rivers' remarks be misleading?

    I never worry that KG and PP are fully engaged in the Celtics activities.
     
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    Re: Could Rivers' remarks be misleading?

    The way they are playing, the deserve a day off...
     
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    Much ado about nothing!
     
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    Re: Could Rivers' remarks be misleading?

    Way, Way Over Analyzing.
     
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    While I am not trying to make something out of nothing, I couldn't help but be bothered by Rivers' comment about PP and KG's behavior away from the court: "I don't know where they were watching the game (and I probably don't want to know)...". What is Doc saying -- that PP and KG were someplace they shouldn't be? I cannot think of any value gained by making such remarks. Further, while it is nice that both PP and KG texted their congrats, it made me wonder about Ray? Is he supposed to be less concerned about the teams progress because he didn't immediately interrupt what he was doing and send a text? I am anxious to hear what others think. If I am overanalyzing the situation, just say so. It's all good. Celts defeat Thunder for title #18!
    Posted by hondorondo


    The sideline reporter had already said that Pierce and KG were watching the game from a bar.  So Rivers was just doing a routine to show he didn't approve.  Not big thing.
     
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    In Response to Could Rivers' remarks be misleading?:
    While I am not trying to make something out of nothing, I couldn't help but be bothered by Rivers' comment about PP and KG's behavior away from the court: "I don't know where they were watching the game (and I probably don't want to know)...". What is Doc saying -- that PP and KG were someplace they shouldn't be? I cannot think of any value gained by making such remarks. Further, while it is nice that both PP and KG texted their congrats, it made me wonder about Ray? Is he supposed to be less concerned about the teams progress because he didn't immediately interrupt what he was doing and send a text? I am anxious to hear what others think. If I am overanalyzing the situation, just say so. It's all good. Celts defeat Thunder for title #18!
    Posted by hondorondo

    You really need to relax.
     
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    Re: Could Rivers' remarks be misleading?

    I think he was saying it was none of his business.
     
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    Re: Could Rivers' remarks be misleading?

    I think he means he doesn't know, and doesn't care - no big deal!
     
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