Rebounding: Addition by Subtraction

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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Rebounding: Addition by Subtraction : Like I said, that excuse has been proven to be not accurate.  How? When the Celts went back to Boston for Games 3, 4, and 5, Ray never made a single 3-pointer in those 3 games. But the Celts won 2 out of 3 in Boston. And every time the Celts won the Celts also won the rebounding battle. Also, did Ray have surgery after the Finals for a bruised leg? Saying that a partially torn meniscus is just a minor injury is ludicrous!
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    Fierce your not making sense.  You say that Ray's injury (limited lift) didn't affect him then you say that he never made a single 3 pter in Boston.  What does Boston winning two out of three games have to do with Ray's injury effecting his shot. That makes no sense at all.  You are not proving anything with your post.  Sit back and read it and you will see.
     
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    Re: Rebounding: Addition by Subtraction

    ho-hum... bore me to death with the same complaint over and over

    the pattern is clear... when you have only 1 starter dealing with an injury that barely affects his game (Pierce in '10) you can win

    when you have 2 starters with injuries that greatly affect their game (KG/Ray) and a 3rd go out completely for 2 games... it is the biggest determining factor to winning or losing in the finals

    rebounds comes later

    duh
     
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    Re: Rebounding: Addition by Subtraction

    reasons Celts lost '10 finals:

    1. Injuries

    distant 2nd - rebounding

    and considering a fairly called 4h quarter could have landed boston a title, it is a big deal that I put rebounding 2nd, but no sane person could put it ahead of injuries as a bigger reason C's lost
     
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