Re: No trades needed
posted at 1/10/2013 9:03 AM EST
In response to concord27's comment:
In response to OneOnOne's comment:
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In response to Karllost's comment:
If you're right, its amazing how a young kid can change the effort around, the better rotations etc... whats that say about the coach
I have NBA TV and the guys on Game Time said Bradley allowed the other Celtic players to play the role that they're accustomed to.
Jason Terry was back in his normal role of 6th man.
Rondo doesn't have to defend the best guard of the opposing team.
KG and the other bigs have ample time to set up properly on D because of Bradley's ball pressure.
Come on, Karl, the Celtics didn't have a coaching change. Doc was coach before Bradley played this season and Doc is still coach after Bradley returned.
What was the difference?
It's Bradley, right?
If you use a scientific approach, the only variable that changed is Bradley.
thats exactly what I have been saying, especially concerning Terry. Allowing people to play the right role on the team.
Bradley has made it all possible. Doc can't get out on the court and do what Bradley is doing. Bradley is making it possible for the defense to play better. He is that good.
whats funny is last nite bradley didn't play a lot of minutes, but I saw the same intensity on defense with the other guys. Bradley just made them refocus on what is important. Our bench was awesome last nite. No walking the ball up the floor, very few defensive breakdowns, and they attacked. The first team did no attacking whatsoever.