Re: Good to see rondo back on track
posted at 1/17/2011 1:23 PM EST
In Response to Re: Good to see rondo back on track
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Good to see rondo back on track : So what would the Celtics record be if Rondo didn't have all these problems that make you so angry? Do you want me to call Danny Ainge and see if I can get you a job?
Posted by gtown07[/QUOTE]
oh my, smart and smarmy all at once.
you're a real doofus if you don't get the point. and maybe there's two of them.
this team is of a fragile constitution due to age, age, age, age and also now having some key pieces with injury history.
we have a fantastically quick point guard who rarely uses his quickness on offense or defense to MAKE THE TEAM AS EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT AS IT COULD BE.
so if you can put another boulder of crack in your rondo pipe and happily smoke your way to happiness with his game then i'm sorry for you, but i'm not blind.
everyone says rondo shouldn't be a scorer and he shouldn't be a primary scorer. it's the worst defense to rondo's often exhibited deadly allergy to contributing scoring to the offense seen in passed up open shots, layups and the absolute refusal most nights to dribble drive his man.
so we go deep into the shot clock and everyone runs twice the sequences that they should, all because rondo decides the (un) HOLY DIME is what he is going to be the God of this year.
i don't know how you fans can't watch this many games, if you watch them at all, and not see the issues with this kid. the expiration date on "potential" is usually five years or less in this league and then the can of "potential" turns into a giant jar of "head case".