Rebounds/Rings

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    Of course, the expression "no rebounds no rings" was first coined by THE greatest lakers coach in history, Pat Riley!!

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    You must have meant he had the greatest hair.

    Every one knows the how remarkable the following numbers are.

    704 (no, not 704 Hauser Street)

    11 (no, not Fred "Chicken" Stanley's uniform number)

    .704 winning percentage

    11 rings

    BEST EVER

     

     

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    He did all that with the lakers?????  WOW!!!  Seems he won 5 with the lakers, same number as Riley.  Riles has since gotten two more as President of the Heat.

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    You are all mixed up Mr. Lamarr.

    Riley won 4 championships with the Lakers as a head coach and 1 as a head coach of the Heat.

    Riley won 1 championship as a player and 1 as a GM.

     

    Jackson won 2 championships as a player and 11 as a head coach.

     

    Blessings to you and yours!

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    Red still has 16!!

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    That is quite an accomplishment!

    It is too bad that he won 0 championships the last 20 years he was with Boston.

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    And that means what, exactly...............still won 16!

     
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    Of course, the expression "no rebounds no rings" was first coined by THE greatest lakers coach in history, Pat Riley!!

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    You must have meant he had the greatest hair.

    Every one knows the how remarkable the following numbers are.

    704 (no, not 704 Hauser Street)

    11 (no, not Fred "Chicken" Stanley's uniform number)

    .704 winning percentage

    11 rings

    BEST EVER

     

     

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    He did all that with the lakers?????  WOW!!!  Seems he won 5 with the lakers, same number as Riley.  Riles has since gotten two more as President of the Heat.

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    You are all mixed up Mr. Lamarr.

    Riley won 4 championships with the Lakers as a head coach and 1 as a head coach of the Heat.

    Riley won 1 championship as a player and 1 as a GM.

     

    Jackson won 2 championships as a player and 11 as a head coach.

     

    Blessings to you and yours!

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    Red still has 16!!

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    That is quite an accomplishment!

    It is too bad that he won 0 championships the last 20 years he was with Boston.

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    And that means what, exactly...............still won 16!

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    16 is incredible, even if it was in 56 years.

    It just means that I am sorry that he had to take a dirt nap after 20 straight years of disappointment.

     

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    Which he predicted, by the way!!

     
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    hedley is easily confused. He said that Steve Nash would be a Knick and does not know who handles ALL discipline in the NBA either. Hopefully he will read up on the NBA more.

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    Why are the lakers the only team to get better as year goes on.

    We have
    Lee, Terry, Darko, Sully, Collins, Barbosa all new to the team and Wilcox and Green are getting there sea leggs from being out a whole year. That is 8 players that were not here last year. I know this team will be much better as the year goes on.

     

    Have a blessed day!

     
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    Predicted his death?

    What about this prediction Red made?

    Such physical tools had pro scouts drooling over Sampson's potential during his time at Harrisonburg, and their collective longing for Sampson only intensified after he led the University of Virginia to an .830 winning percentage over four seasons in Charlottesville, winning three national college player of the year awards in the process. After Sampson's freshman year at Virginia, none other than Red Auerbach predicted that he would become the next Bill Russell.

    http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/8347861/nba-why-ralph-sampson-hardly-belongs-hall-fame

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    Predicted, after Lewis' death, that the franchise would take 20 years to recover from losing TWO #1 picks, you twit!!  Try to stay on topic.

     

     
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    Incredibly, Boston is averaging less rebounds then last year and their rebounding differential is worse.

    Boston hasn't yet faced a team that is in the top 12 in rebounding in the league.

     

    Have a wonderful day all my Celtics friends. 

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    Hey Bloggety Poop.... nice post you idiot... and oh....have a blessed day.... mean it!

     
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    Predicted his death?

    What about this prediction Red made?

    Such physical tools had pro scouts drooling over Sampson's potential during his time at Harrisonburg, and their collective longing for Sampson only intensified after he led the University of Virginia to an .830 winning percentage over four seasons in Charlottesville, winning three national college player of the year awards in the process. After Sampson's freshman year at Virginia, none other than Red Auerbach predicted that he would become the next Bill Russell.

    http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/8347861/nba-why-ralph-sampson-hardly-belongs-hall-fame

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    Predicted, after Lewis' death, that the franchise would take 20 years to recover from losing TWO #1 picks, you twit!!  Try to stay on topic.

     

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    20+ years until they could get former Celtic Kevin McHale to make an unethical trade.

    I wonder who Brian Scalabrine will trade to Boston in 15 years?

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    Howard for less beads then the native Americans got for Louisiana and what about the Gasol trade really?

     
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    Predicted his death?

    What about this prediction Red made?

    Such physical tools had pro scouts drooling over Sampson's potential during his time at Harrisonburg, and their collective longing for Sampson only intensified after he led the University of Virginia to an .830 winning percentage over four seasons in Charlottesville, winning three national college player of the year awards in the process. After Sampson's freshman year at Virginia, none other than Red Auerbach predicted that he would become the next Bill Russell.

    http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/8347861/nba-why-ralph-sampson-hardly-belongs-hall-fame

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    Predicted, after Lewis' death, that the franchise would take 20 years to recover from losing TWO #1 picks, you twit!!  Try to stay on topic.

     

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    20+ years until they could get former Celtic Kevin McHale to make an unethical trade.

    I wonder who Brian Scalabrine will trade to Boston in 15 years?

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    You mean, like the Gasol trade to the lakers?

     

    That is the last straw - SHOW me where it says "unethical" anywhere in print.  You cannot make stuff up and expect to get away with it, GK!!

     
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    Predicted his death?

    What about this prediction Red made?

    Such physical tools had pro scouts drooling over Sampson's potential during his time at Harrisonburg, and their collective longing for Sampson only intensified after he led the University of Virginia to an .830 winning percentage over four seasons in Charlottesville, winning three national college player of the year awards in the process. After Sampson's freshman year at Virginia, none other than Red Auerbach predicted that he would become the next Bill Russell.

    http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/8347861/nba-why-ralph-sampson-hardly-belongs-hall-fame

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    Predicted, after Lewis' death, that the franchise would take 20 years to recover from losing TWO #1 picks, you twit!!  Try to stay on topic.

     

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    20+ years until they could get former Celtic Kevin McHale to make an unethical trade.

    I wonder who Brian Scalabrine will trade to Boston in 15 years?

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    You mean, like the Gasol trade to the lakers?

     

    That is the last straw - SHOW me where it says "unethical" anywhere in print.  You cannot make stuff up and expect to get away with it, GK!!

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    wow

     
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    Predicted his death?

    What about this prediction Red made?

    Such physical tools had pro scouts drooling over Sampson's potential during his time at Harrisonburg, and their collective longing for Sampson only intensified after he led the University of Virginia to an .830 winning percentage over four seasons in Charlottesville, winning three national college player of the year awards in the process. After Sampson's freshman year at Virginia, none other than Red Auerbach predicted that he would become the next Bill Russell.

    http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/8347861/nba-why-ralph-sampson-hardly-belongs-hall-fame

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    Ouch!

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    I guess Red was right after all.

    Bill: 15.1 career ppg, .440 fg%

    Ralph: 15.4 career ppg, .486 fg%

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    Ah, funny!!  Russell could have averaged 25 if he wanted to...................he didn't have to, because all he cared about was winning. 

     
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    Predicted his death?

    What about this prediction Red made?

    Such physical tools had pro scouts drooling over Sampson's potential during his time at Harrisonburg, and their collective longing for Sampson only intensified after he led the University of Virginia to an .830 winning percentage over four seasons in Charlottesville, winning three national college player of the year awards in the process. After Sampson's freshman year at Virginia, none other than Red Auerbach predicted that he would become the next Bill Russell.

    http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/8347861/nba-why-ralph-sampson-hardly-belongs-hall-fame

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    Ouch!

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    I guess Red was right after all.

    Bill: 15.1 career ppg, .440 fg%

    Ralph: 15.4 career ppg, .486 fg%

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    Ah, funny!!  Russell could have averaged 25 if he wanted to...................he didn't have to, because all he cared about was winning. 

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    He stunk offensively.

    Most of his points were from offensive rebounds.

    His shot like looked like a hybrid between Artis Gilmore and Chris Dudley.

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    11 rings, baby...............he didn't need to score.........and a lot of his points were on dunks when he out-ran the opposing center down the court - thanks for playing, GK!!

     
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