key to beating the Heat

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    key to beating the Heat

     KG needs to keep dominating Bosh. Bosh is the weak link of the Heat so called Big Three. When KG is aggressive as he was last night, he is a vastly superior player to Bosh who is a soft outside jump shooter. Lebron and Wade will always be tough, but Lebron is still a choke artist. One of the remaining games is going to come down to the last second, and we need to be the team that wins that close game. It could be game 4. Our bench has to be moderately productive and be able to sustain energy when they come in. Green will hopefully get more acclimated to the Celtics system. Shaq can help clog the middle even if he only plays 10 minutes a game.  Big Baby needs to grow his brain. Why not play Kristic a little and/or Wafter? Go Celts!!!
     
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    Re: key to beating the Heat

    At some point, Doc needs to play the bench, especially Krstic, Wafer, and Sasha, so that the big four will not get too tired and worn out, especially now that Rondo is hurt and others nursing nagging injuries.
     
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    Re: key to beating the Heat

    As Bob Ryan said, the MVP KG needs to bench the facilitator KG.
     
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    [QUOTE]At some point, Doc needs to play the bench, especially Krstic, Wafer, and Sasha, so that the big four will not get too tired and worn out, especially now that Rondo is hurt and others nursing nagging injuries.
    Posted by ChiefEddie1028[/QUOTE]

    Agree with you.  I just hope that Rondo is able to play tomorrow.  This injury will definitely influence his performance for the remainder of the playoffs. 
     
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    The key to this series is responding, not reacting. When we make knee-jerk reactions to bad calls, which there are alot of, we get in trouble with officiating and we play worse basketball. If we respond to such situations by attacking and being more forceful with our defense, we will win like we did in game 3. Chances are the whistles will sill favor the queen and the thug, so we need to be the team with more mental toughness and perseverance.
     
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    In Response to Re: key to beating the Heat:
    [QUOTE]At some point, Doc needs to play the bench, especially Krstic, Wafer, and Sasha, so that the big four will not get too tired and worn out, especially now that Rondo is hurt and others nursing nagging injuries.
    Posted by ChiefEddie1028[/QUOTE]
    No he doesn`t.Krstic has is a deer in headlights. Iwas thrilled he didn`t get into Saturday`s game.
     
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