In response to shines01's comment:
So the Jazz really hit the boards; good rebounding team. Favors is already a force. Milsap and Big Al also rebound very well. With the Celtics is it a personnel problem? a mindset problem? a coaching problem?? I can see not rebounding as well as the Jazz or as well as some other teams, but the Celtics stink on the boards and they got demolished by Utah's offensive rebounding. Anyway, we still won, so is it even a problem? I ask because I don't hear Doc ever talking about the rebounding. Didn't hear him talking about it much last year either. Is doc coaching them not to hit the boards? Even if so, he can't possibly let the poor rebounding tonight pass without comment.
Numerous times Favors pushed KG out of rebounding position. It wasn't KG's fault, Favors was just too strong.
The immediate solution is to start Sully. Then hopefully the Celts can do something on or before the trade deadline.