The key to the Celtics' Success

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    The key to the Celtics' Success

    A brilliant, level headed coach and a 13 man rotation. 

     

    Coach knows how to mix and match our guys to keep them fresh and attack the other team's weaknesses. 

     
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    Re: The key to the Celtics' Success

    hire a refs mother as executive vice president and make a run for the title.

     
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    We might just have a coach, and some guys who know how to play hoop. Could it smell like sox fever, just a little bit?

     
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    Re: The key to the Celtics' Success

    No. That Sox run was magical. Countless walk off wins at Fenway countless clutch hits again and again.

     

    I dont see that happening with this team. But, if you had asked me? I would have been fine with the Celtics losing every game except against Miami, Brooklyn and LAC.

     

    I couldn't be more proud of our team for stepping up to beat the heat. 

     
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    Re: The key to the Celtics' Success

    In response to Fierce34's comment:
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    How about hiding Fav for reasons only known to wozzy.

    HAHAHA

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    WRONG !

    FAV is not being hidden , the re-build just took the night off because they were playing MIAMI ! (wake up Fierce)

    FAV will get all the minutes he can handle when all is said and done

    Stop being so negative and nit pickey , do you even enjoy watching the Celtics ? Lighten up sourpuss !

     
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    Re: The key to the Celtics' Success

    In response to Mployee8's comment:
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    So much for Danny Ainge assuring a tank job with a discombobulated roster and a rookie coach ... Oops, that's not working!

     

    So now what?   Does Ainge trade off key assets to tank for a risky chance at a top 5 pick in 2014 or does he try to horsetrade his way to an upgrade in talent ?????

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    What kind of upgrade in talent could you see being possible?

    Obviously we could have outbid Washington for The Polish Hammer but Ainge clearly wanted a discombobulated disaster that would end up top 5.

    If (and only if) this team is sitting at seed 7-8 above .500 come February with RR 100% and Green playing like an all-star would I make a move to get better and not worse. But what kid of move could that be?

    Is Aldridge still crying for a trade? He is in the same age range as guys like Rondo, Green, Bass and Lee but older than their PG-SG-SF-C core of Lillard-McCollum-Batum and Leonard by 4-7 years.

    Those guys are in the same age range as Sully and Avery. Would Sully, Avery, Hump's expiring and Brooklyn's pick to the Blazers for him? Is that enough? It would hurt to lose Avery, but Lee would be able to step in and play some bulldog defense.

    How about a 3-team trade of Wallace and Bogans to the Pacers with a future pick (us or Houston), equal cash as Danny Granger, who goes to the Rockets with Faverani and Asik and Ronnie Brewer come back to Boston? Indy is set to lose Granger but would need a backup to Paul who can also slide to the 4 or let Paul play some SG alongside him like with Green, and guard the LeBron, Pierce and Deng group.

    Boston has this rotation:

    C - Asik 28 mins - Aldridge 20m

    PF - Aldridge 16m - Bass 16m - Olynyk 16m

    SF - Green 36m - Brewer 12m

    SG - Lee 24m - Crawford 24m

    PG - Rondo 36m - Pressy 12m

    Celtics get the 5 seed and upset the Nets in rd 1... take the Pacers to 7 in rd 2... fun times all around:-) 

     

     
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    Re: The key to the Celtics' Success

    well,trying to tank or not the celtics need to win against teams like miami ,indiana,clippers etc.

     
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    Re: The key to the Celtics' Success

    Don't get unnerved R, I said just a little bit. We aint winning a title.

     
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    Re: The key to the Celtics' Success

    The key to success is play like a team and win as many games as you can. Brad is a basketball coach. You can teach this game to any one that wants to win, a good coach will take individual talents and exploit them for the best of the team in any game situation. Doc is a Phil Jackson coach he needs talent to win. A good basketball coach will use every resource for their team to excell to win games. DA and Brad have done a great job in putting players on this team to exceed with their talents. Don't care if team wins another game. They are being coach by a very good basketball coach that knows the game very well. This team will win more games, but is up to the players what they want to do and it's not tanking to get a high pick in the draft. DA will do whats best for the Boston Celtics.

     
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    Re: The key to the Celtics' Success

    Compare the 1999-00 ORL Magic squad with this current Celtics roster.

    Doc was coach of the year with that team!

    When Brad wins coach of the year with a better talent pool, I will eat all the crow you want!

     
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