Re: Nuggets vs Celtics 02/10/13
posted at 2/10/2013 9:54 PM EST
In response to Gasthoerer's comment:
Terry had a great start and a great end. In between he was awfull. The biggest shots came from PP and Green (and some from KG). But Terry came up big as well, no denial. Like I said many times, after Ray was gone, he was the best possible replacement. But he is not better than Ray this season so far or even last season. Most of you guys change their mind by just one play, amazing. If Terry wouldn't have made this last open shot, half the board would want him gone. Not Fierce though, he feels always betrayed by his former love Ray Allen^^
And just as Fierce mentioned for the 1001st time that Ray was blocked by Wade (as if no guard ever was blocked) AB gets blocked twice, ouch. Didn't you mention this will stop when Ray is gone? Just like Terry would solve our rebounding issues when Ray is gone?
Did Ray defend Bryant tonight or not? I'm not sure cause you flip flop so much about it. Did yo watch the game and saw that Kobe scored most of his points against other players but Ray?
Ok, that is it from my side about that. It is hopeless anyway. Great win, great hustle, great to watch! Hopefully a lesson for AB in late game situations and hopefully we don't have to pay for this game and the minutes PP and KG played.
Did I say that with Ray gone the AB's lay-ups would not get blocked?
All I said was no more blocked lay-ups from Ray. Why make stuff up, man?
And yes, right now the Celts are averaging 39.96 rebounds per game. The last 3 seasons with Ray, the Celts averaged 38.6 rpg in 2010, 38.8 rpg in 2011, and 38.8 rpg in 2012.
With Ray gone the Celts got younger and more athletic. Just look at their rebounding numbers this season and compare it to the last 3 seasons.