Knicks: A Celtic Question?

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    Knicks: A Celtic Question?

    Knicks had 20 3 pointers last night. Should the Celtics utilize the 3 pointers more? Other then Allen, who is a threat?

    Also, it appears the Celtics need to defend the preimeter more?...especially if Celtics meet the Knicks in the playoffs or another team that love to launch the 3.



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    Thoughts?
     
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    Re: Knicks: A Celtic Question?

    just play good defense.  The dude was in a zone last night.  that will not happen against the Cs.
     
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    [QUOTE]just play good defense.  The dude was in a zone last night.  that will not happen against the Cs.
    Posted by jdm894g[/QUOTE]

    Toney Douglas has a lights out performance against the Grizzlies, putting away nine of the Knicks' 20 3-pointers. (Getty Images)

    He was wearing Celtic green on St Patrick Day...thats why he had 9!!!LOL

    ...this is a picture-perfect how to shoot a jumper...thing of beauty...
     
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    Re: Knicks: A Celtic Question?

    we've been horrible lately at closing out on the 3 pt line.  I dont worry as much about it come playoff time, cuz we will be locked in.  I do worry however about individuals like Rose being able to get hot and light it up...IF Rondo is not significantly better on "D come playoff time, a guy like Rose with his quckness could give Rondo a simple jab move to open up his shooting hand and when he gets into his modes like the other night when he is just coming down, stop and pop...we could be in trouble...good thing we got an ace defender in the hole  w/ Delonte...
     
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    Re: Knicks: A Celtic Question?

    Relying on the three point game is like playing cards. Sometimes you win, and some times you lose.

    The Knicks should not be a threat in the play-offs. They play very little defense, and the match-ups are good for the Celtics.

    KG can defend Stotelmire, and Melo does not know what the word defense means.

     
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