Meanwhile, Doc Rivers moves on - large

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    Meanwhile, Doc Rivers moves on - large

    http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-c1-doc-rivers-clippers-20140417-dto,0,2307633.htmlstory#axzz2zB0DOPZE

     
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    Probably has been said a thousand times that he got out of Boston just in time.  Gives new meaning to the saying, "Nothing to see here, move on".  And he's likely taking it to the bank.  LA really needs this, after their hallmark's performance.  And he's just the man to deliver it, or at least some semblance of hope, in that market that's much larger than New England.  Meanwhile, Boston can just look on, even if it's less painful to avert out eyes.

     
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    Probably has been said a thousand times that he got out of Boston just in time.  Gives new meaning to the saying, "Nothing to see here, move on".  And he's likely taking it to the bank.  LA really needs this, after their hallmark's performance.  And he's just the man to deliver it, or at least some semblance of hope, in that market that's much larger than New England.  Meanwhile, Boston just looks on, even if it's less painful to avert out eyes.

     
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    Probably has been said a thousand times that he got out of Boston just in time.  Gives new meaning to the saying, "Nothing to see here, move on".  And he's likely taking it to the bank.  LA really needs this, after their hallmark's performance.  And he's just the man to deliver it, or at least some semblance of hope, in that market that's much larger than New England.  Meanwhile, Boston just looks on, even if it's less painful to avert out eyes.


     






     


    Indeed doc did get out just in time.


     


    Like the ship's heroic  captain who comes to his senses and  leaves  his crew and passengers behind to save his own neck... he got out LARGE... just in time.


    Good luck doc!!


    Not to worry... we be okay.


    Pud

     
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    The Clippers have the most talent on any team in the NBA and finished 3rd in the west. If the Clips had a real coach, they would have won 65 this year. Their bench alone is scary.


    Now, without KG or Thibs to tell the team what to do, will be interesting to see how Doc stumbles through the playoffs with his "what should we do now guys" strategic approach

     
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    Doc makes Grampie Karl and Grammie Pud mad.

     
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    Doc makes Grampie Karl and Grammie Pud mad.


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    Wow, only 2 minutes to respond... you must be awake.


    It's my understanding you hire two kids from China to monitor BDC while you sleep to alert you of any posts made requiring your immediate response...

     
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    Would be a major bummer for the Clips if CP3 or Blake went down with injury next year.  Not so much for the Cs. 


     


    I'd be fine with them winning it all this year though. 

     
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    No way Clips win it this year.

     
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    Wasn't Doc Rivers the Captain of the Italian Cruise ship? 

     
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    Probably has been said a thousand times that he got out of Boston just in time.  Gives new meaning to the saying, "Nothing to see here, move on".  And he's likely taking it to the bank.  LA really needs this, after their hallmark's performance.  And he's just the man to deliver it, or at least some semblance of hope, in that market that's much larger than New England.  Meanwhile, Boston just looks on, even if it's less painful to avert out eyes.


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     






     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    Indeed doc did get out just in time.


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    Like the ship's heroic  captain who comes to his senses and  leaves  his crew and passengers behind to save his own neck... he got out LARGE... just in time.


     


     


     


    Good luck doc!!


     


     


     


    Not to worry... we be okay.


     


     


     


    Pud


     


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    Whaddaya mean...just like the Italian ship capt'n and the Korean ship capt'n, they just happened to be flung like a rock onto shore as they stood on the ships bridge as it went belly up...lol...so it was with Doc Rivers, flung like a rock off the bridge of a sinking ship to land first on the shore before anyone else...it was pure luck and chance...

     
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    Whaddaya mean...just like the Italian ship capt'n and the Korean ship capt'n, they just happened to be flung like a rock onto shore as they stood on the ships bridge as it went belly up...lol...so it was with Doc Rivers, flung like a rock off the bridge of a sinking ship to land first on the shore before anyone else...it was pure luck and chance...


     


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    LMFAO!!

     
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    Whaddaya mean...just like the Italian ship capt'n and the Korean ship capt'n, they just happened to be flung like a rock onto shore as they stood on the ships bridge as it went belly up...lol...so it was with Doc Rivers, flung like a rock off the bridge of a sinking ship to land first on the shore before anyone else...it was pure luck and chance...


     


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    LMFAO! 


     
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    Normally I would be willing to root for the Clippers since they have been down in the dump for so long and being the neglected child next to you know who.  But I can't root for Doc, he has burnt the bridge and nothing can change that from then on.

     
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    Normally I would be willing to root for the Clippers since they have been down in the dump for so long and being the neglected child next to you know who.  But I can't root for Doc, he has burnt the bridge and nothing can change that from then on.


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    I agree scubber. Tough to pull for Doc. In an imaginary world, it would be cool to see the Nets and Clips in the Finals though. Then, I would have someone to root for. 

     
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    Whaddaya mean...just like the Italian ship capt'n and the Korean ship capt'n, they just happened to be flung like a rock onto shore as they stood on the ships bridge as it went belly up...lol...so it was with Doc Rivers, flung like a rock off the bridge of a sinking ship to land first on the shore before anyone else...it was pure luck and chance...


     


     


     


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    LMFAO! 



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    Its called... landing l-a-r-g-e..... and our clueless doctor is a master of it.


    Pud

     
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    Normally I would be willing to root for the Clippers since they have been down in the dump for so long and being the neglected child next to you know who.  But I can't root for Doc, he has burnt the bridge and nothing can change that from then on.


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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

     
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    Meanwhiile, it would be karma if the Clippers lose in the first round for front runner Doc.

     
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    Meanwhiile, it would be karma if the Clippers lose in the first round for front runner Doc.


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    Very Funny! Old Doc took it in the shorts and I hope he gets bounced in the first round. He is who we thought we was. HAHAHAHA. 

     
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    Wasn't Doc Rivers the Captain of the Italian Cruise ship?

     
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    Good thing CP hit 2 long bombs in the 4th and the Warriors couldnt throw it in the ocean from the line or game wouldnt be close. 


    Whats Doc gonna do next game without KG or THibs there to explain it to him like a 4 yr old?

     
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    Good thing CP hit 2 long bombs in the 4th and the Warriors couldnt throw it in the ocean from the line or game wouldnt be close. 


     


    Whats Doc gonna do next game without KG or THibs there to explain it to him like a 4 yr old?


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    Absolutely Karlost. This is great news for the Celts. Not only does the Italian Cruise Ship Skipper get exploited, it could also hurt their psyche next year when we have their pick. 

     
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    Actually, I'd like the Clips go as far as they can, just to prove all you Doc haters wrong.  He was certainly the third or fourth best coach the Celtics have ever had.

     
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    Actually, I'd like the Clips go as far as they can, just to prove all you Doc haters wrong.  He was certainly the third or fourth best coach the Celtics have ever had.


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    And if he doesn't go far at all, you'll still be making the very same claims... and still calling us haters.


    Nothing will change your mind... so deal with it.


    Pud

     
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