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    The End

    Well Sports Fans,

                           After the C's lose tonight, they face the same Knicks in the first
    round. They might make it thru the first round, BUT that's it. The second round will be their downfall. I think the window will be closed after this year........Think about
    it-----They're doing the same thing they did last year, playing .500 ball. They can't
    keep doing that and expect to make it to the finals. Last year is last year. Sorry to
    sound so pessimistic, but it is what it is. Let's look at the trade, Green and Kristic
    have promise, Shaq probably won't be much of a factor, G. O'neil is too soft as a
    Center, Murphy uh,uh, Arroyo, no way. Next year, the big three will be a year
    older and more prone to injury. I think #18 is fast fading into the future, and oh
    yeah, Doc will probably be gone, (especially if the C's flameout early). Frank as
    his replacement??? Don't know enough about him.
    Well, people---do you think this is a little harsh, or what??? I live in Laker land,
    so as long as they don't win it all, I'll be all right......Anyone care to comment on
    this???????
     
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    Re: The End

    You're welcome to your opinion.
     
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    In Response to The End:
    [QUOTE]Think about it-----They're doing the same thing they did last year, playing .500 ball. They can't keep doing that and expect to make it to the finals. Last year is last year.
    Posted by Tony46[/QUOTE]

    Last year they did the same thing, you're right...  and they lost in the final game of the NBA Finals after losing their starting center and with more free throws given to the Lakers in the 4th quarter than the C's were given in the final 3 games combined.

    With a healthy Shaq and Jermaine ONeal the Celtics roll...

     
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    I dont know if its the end, but its not looking good. The cs are going to play some really tough teams just to make it to the finals. They are potentially going to have to get thru knicks, miami, chicago just to make the finals. Thats a very tough task. Last year they didnt beat anyone in the east as good as chicago and miami are this year, and theyll have to beat both of them without homecourt. Tall order. As a fan I have hope, but as a betting man I wouldnt put my money on it.
     
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    In Response to Re: The End:
    [QUOTE]In Response to The End : Last year they did the same thing, you're right...  and they lost in the final game of the NBA Finals after losing their starting center and with more free throws given to the Lakers in the 4th quarter than the C's were given in the final 3 games combined. With a healthy Shaq and Jermaine ONeal the Celtics roll...
    Posted by wozzy[/QUOTE]

    Wozzy, Wozzy, Wozzy.....  Bynum was at about 30% health last year and he scored 21 points, had 14 boards, and 7 blocks in game 1 and then went down hill from there..... if Bynum was as healthy last year as he was the last 25 games or so there would have been no game 6 or game 7.

    With a healthy Shaq and J O the Cs roll, neither is in play right now.

    No Shaq no title - with Shaq at least a chance, especially if Rondo changes his diaper and double doses on the desitin to get him properly loose.....
     
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    In Response to Re: The End:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: The End : Wozzy, Wozzy, Wozzy.....  Bynum was at about 30% health last year and he scored 21 points, had 14 boards, and 7 blocks in game 1 and then went down hill from there..... if Bynum was as healthy last year as he was the last 25 games or so there would have been no game 6 or game 7. With a healthy Shaq and J O the Cs roll, neither is in play right now. No Shaq no title - with Shaq at least a chance, especially if Rondo changes his diaper and double doses on the desitin to get him properly loose.....
    Posted by TheDUDDER[/QUOTE]


    Dudder, Dudder, Dudder, KG was about 60% last year. and Pierce about 70%. and Perkins was gone game seven. Your statement is just silly.

    In magic land the lakers might have had a healthy bynum, but in magic land we get a healthy team too.
     
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    In Response to Re: The End:
    [QUOTE]JUST ASK THAT PISTONS FAN, THAT GOT PUNCHED IN THE GRILL BY GERMAINE O'NEIL IN 2004, IF GERMAINE O'NEIL'S FIST IS SOFT.
    Posted by Fiercest34[/QUOTE]

    2004? Muahahahaha is that the nearest thing you can fall back on?!
     
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    In Response to Re: The End:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: The End : Wozzy, Wozzy, Wozzy.....  Bynum was at about 30% health last year and he scored 21 points, had 14 boards, and 7 blocks in game 1 and then went down hill from there..... if Bynum was as healthy last year as he was the last 25 games or so there would have been no game 6 or game 7. With a healthy Shaq and J O the Cs roll, neither is in play right now. No Shaq no title - with Shaq at least a chance, especially if Rondo changes his diaper and double doses on the desitin to get him properly loose.....
    Posted by TheDUDDER[/QUOTE]

    J O'Neal was very much in play tonight...
     
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    In Response to Re: The End:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: The End : Wozzy, Wozzy, Wozzy.....  Bynum was at about 30% health last year and he scored 21 points, had 14 boards, and 7 blocks in game 1 and then went down hill from there..... if Bynum was as healthy last year as he was the last 25 games or so there would have been no game 6 or game 7. With a healthy Shaq and J O the Cs roll, neither is in play right now. No Shaq no title - with Shaq at least a chance, especially if Rondo changes his diaper and double doses on the desitin to get him properly loose.....
    Posted by TheDUDDER[/QUOTE]

    dear deluded dud

    21 points 6 boards 7 blocks in game 2 not game 1, which the lakers lost.

    get your facts straight

    your theory is flawed
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: The End : 2004? Muahahahaha is that the nearest thing you can fall back on?!
    Posted by Laker-Nation32[/QUOTE]

    And the Fakers lost...
     
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    Re: The End

    a bit to early with this thread?
     
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    And when has Bynum ever stayed healthy...?
     

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