Major kudos for the Chicago Bulls

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    Re: Major kudos for the Chicago Bulls

    In response to Fields4's comment:

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    Great win for the Bulls!

     

    As for Doc Rivers being a cheerleader and needing a lot of talent... SMH

    Every coach needs talented players to win a championship, Popovich needs Duncan, Jackson needed Jordan and Shaq. And i haven't heard anyone who said that Rivers is a bad coach.

     

     

     The C's had no center, their 2 of 3 best players are 35 and 37, JT is 35 y.o., no rebounders, no shooters, weak bench and we are comparing them to the Bulls?!

    If anyone is to blame it is Danny Ainge but we don't know what he tried to do.

    Jimmy Butler played 48 minutes for a 3rd straight time! They are young, they can run fast and jump high, on the other hand the C's are old and slow, they want to win but they just can't do it anymore.

     



    Difficult to say whether to blame DA more than Doc or vice versa, as we're not privy to their offseason discussions concerning what the Celtics needed to contend in this just ended season.  Nobody on this board knows who said what.  All we know is that the C's were erratic all year and brought the same inconsistency into the playoffs.

    Yes, we don't know! But some posters act like they know it. And they just keep saying that Doc is an idiot, Ainge is a poor manager etc.



    Doc & DA are running the show, arent they?...or maybe its  Gino really calling the shots

     
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    Re: Major kudos for the Chicago Bulls

    In response to Karllost's comment:

    In response to Fields4's comment:

     

    In response to breaktime's comment:

     

    In response to Fields4's comment:

     

    Great win for the Bulls!

     

    As for Doc Rivers being a cheerleader and needing a lot of talent... SMH

    Every coach needs talented players to win a championship, Popovich needs Duncan, Jackson needed Jordan and Shaq. And i haven't heard anyone who said that Rivers is a bad coach.

     

     

     The C's had no center, their 2 of 3 best players are 35 and 37, JT is 35 y.o., no rebounders, no shooters, weak bench and we are comparing them to the Bulls?!

    If anyone is to blame it is Danny Ainge but we don't know what he tried to do.

    Jimmy Butler played 48 minutes for a 3rd straight time! They are young, they can run fast and jump high, on the other hand the C's are old and slow, they want to win but they just can't do it anymore.

     



    Difficult to say whether to blame DA more than Doc or vice versa, as we're not privy to their offseason discussions concerning what the Celtics needed to contend in this just ended season.  Nobody on this board knows who said what.  All we know is that the C's were erratic all year and brought the same inconsistency into the playoffs.

    Yes, we don't know! But some posters act like they know it. And they just keep saying that Doc is an idiot, Ainge is a poor manager etc.

     



    Doc & DA are running the show, arent they?...or maybe its  Gino really calling the shots

     




    Yes, they are running the show with the owners. So what?

     
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    Re: Major kudos for the Chicago Bulls

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    Thibs exited in the 1st round in last year's playoffs. 


    Doc went to the east finals last season with a weak bench and no other quality big man except KG.

    Thibs doesn't have a 37-year old and two 35-year olds carrying the team.

    Let's see what Thibs does when Noah turns 37 and Deng turns 35. 




    +1

    When DOc had the best team, he deliverd. When Tibs had the best record with a healthy Rose...Dead end Miami.

     
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    Thibs must be an idiot. He didn't mentioned rebounding in the huddle, therefore his team was killed on the boards. And after running Deng into the ground, he did the same to Butler.

     
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    Wow, what an ugly game this was. Miami was really not that good, but the Bulls were totally flat. No fire, no legs, no hustle, no shooting. The "best" bulls player this game was Hamilton who hasn't played for most of the postseason before.

     
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    Re: Major kudos for the Chicago Bulls

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    The Bulls also had the best record in the league last season. They also had one of the best benches in the league because they still had Asik and Kyle Korver last season. But the Bulls couldn't even beat the #8 Sixers. Another case of the #1 seed being eliminated by the 8th seed.

    This season the Sixers are not even a playoff team.

    Looks like Thibs has a long way to go before he can accomplish what Doc has accomplished.




    I don't get it... what's your point? you kind of contradict yourself with your next post regarding a superstar. can you not say the 76ers beat the Bulls without a superstar? I know rose went down, but the Bulls still had a superstar for a few games...

     

     
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