KG finds his time machine

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    KG finds his time machine

    In 2004 KG dominated the league with defense, offense, rebounding, and assists, the year that he won the league MVP. He averaged 24.2 points, 13.9 rebounds, 5 assists, 1.5 steals, and 2.2 blocks. In addition to the MVP, he was also first team all-NBA, and first team defensive all-NBA.

    The KG that the Celtics needed in 2008 was the leader that changed the Celtic culture at the time, with world class defense, and selfless, team first offense. All of the other stars fell in line to play team ball and win a championship.

    Fast forward to the Heat series in 2011. The team looked like it has aged, the chemistry on offense was falling apart, and defense was a low priority for some of the Celtics. KG, with all of his pride and determination, somehow finds a time machine and brings back the KG from 2004. As Bob Ryan said, he benched the team first KG, and brought back the League MVP KG.

    We may need the time machine again KG.
     
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    I think a word in Wades ear before the next game may be enough to get Wade thinking about going to the basket. KG, JO, and Shaq will certainly offer Wade hard fouls. 

    The hardest foul could come from someone like Krstic, or Murphy, or someone else that could be a Celtic hero, miss a game due to suspension, and not hurt the Celtics moving forward.

    The good news is that this inspiration will inspire KG like nothing else could.
    The time machine is back. 

     
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    You may be right, we will have to wait and see.
     
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     KG may not be as good as he once was, but he's as good once as he ever was!!!  Give'em he!! KG!!!
     
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    In Response to KG finds his time machine:
    In 2004 KG dominated the league with defense, offense, rebounding, and assists, the year that he won the league MVP. He averaged 24.2 points, 13.9 rebounds, 5 assists, 1.5 steals, and 2.2 blocks. In addition to the MVP, he was also first team all-NBA, and first team defensive all-NBA. The KG that the Celtics needed in 2008 was the leader that changed the Celtic culture at the time, with world class defense, and selfless, team first offense. All of the other stars fell in line to play team ball and win a championship. Fast forward to the Heat series in 2011. The team looked like it has aged, the chemistry on offense was falling apart, and defense was a low priority for some of the Celtics. KG, with all of his pride and determination, somehow finds a time machine and brings back the KG from 2004. As Bob Ryan said, he benched the team first KG, and brought back the League MVP KG. We may need the time machine again KG.
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    The way he played definitely was a big factor in their win on Saturday.  Hopefully, he can play like this for the remainder of the playoffs. 
     
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    I will never underestimate the man, when KG is in the game, anything is possible.

    If he can bring the 2004 attitude to the Celtics, and they accept that KG, then the heat are history. In his heyday, Lebron was promising prospect that got crushed by KG. I don't now if KG can still bring it every game, but I will never bet against him.

    As the Heat coach said, KG reminded him of Kareem Abdul Jabar. He finds a way to win. 
     
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    Susan,

    I am starting to believe that KG is a superhero, that only shows his super powers when they are absolutely needed. The krytonite that held him at bay the last couple of years is gone. 

    No doubt, we will need the superhero again.
     
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    Re: KG finds his time machine

    I dont know if KG has a Delorian but it is possible

     
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    Never underestimate the heart of a champion.
     
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    So will KG give Wade a hard foul? The answer is yes, but not hard enough to get tossed.
     
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    If KG plays like he did on Saturday, the Celtics have a good chance of winning tonight.  That was one of his best games in the playoffs the past few seasons.
    More importantly, is if Rondo is healthy enough to play tonight.  Without him, it will be difficult for the Celtics to win. 

     
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    Susan, you may be right, however, West played well in his absence. We need one of them to show up and play well. Certainly Rondo would be the first choice.
     
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    Re: KG finds his time machine

    let's hope that timemachine is still on.
    if KG plays like that, the whole team gets on fire. he is the heart of the team, the motivator on both ends of the floor.

    let's go Celtics!


     
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    My guess is that he will use the Rondo injury as fuel for the time machine. The series is just getting interesting.
     
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    Re: KG finds his time machine

    Garnett is done. 1 for 10 with 7 points.
     
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    Re: KG finds his time machine

    The Delorian must have brought back the KG of last year's finals. LOL
     
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    Re: KG finds his time machine

    Lets hope, 2004 again, but 2008 would be alright as well.
     
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    Re: KG finds his time machine

    I agree.

     
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    He will get it then(20 and 10).  Stop with all negativity. KG is tired and was hurt in the last game.  He collided with I forget who and was grimacing intermittently throughout the game. Nobody and I mean nobody was around the basket to help him rebound had him underperforming.


     
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    I agree, KG needs to will his team to a win. And of course, the others on our team will follow.  But hold on...Pierce is a few years younger than him and USED to ATTACK the basket.  Now he's more of a jump shooter.  Attack attack attack you lazy-eyed Captain!  When Pierce goes strong to the rim and hits free throws, then it increases our team's chances of winning.




     
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