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  • Posted 02/27/2013 02:34:41 EST

    The 60's NBA was much more physical than the game is today. Start with 2 refs, and no oversight. Players could get away with stuff since there was no review. Also the league was still trying to sell i more »

  • Posted 02/06/2013 01:28:32 EST

    Guys stepped up. But this is liable to be temporary. More important... Doc was forced to play more guys. This is good and could pay off. He would have stuck to his controlling ways. A wild card, like more »

  • Posted 09/13/2012 08:44:13 EDT

    His injection into the lineup was a turning point and the most important thing that happened last year with this team. When he got hurt the C's were back to 4 guys who couldn't get a loose ball and Ro more »

  • Posted 09/13/2012 08:28:17 EDT

    Bass fit in nicely last year and appears to be a solid, workman-like player. He was able to grasp Doc's defensive schemes and was a good team mate on a club with some prickly personalities. I liked Ba more »

  • Posted 05/22/2012 06:45:47 EDT

    I don't think it's all on Ray. It's just that when you add him to KG, PP, and BB, you have 4 guys that aren't going to get a loose ball. They'll battle, I'm not questioning their effort, it's just the more »

  • Forum Post: Rajon (Cooz) Rondo

    Posted 05/22/2012 02:38:19 EDT

    In Response to Re: Rajon (Cooz) Rondo: Rondo's game is much more Cousy than Magic.  No doubt. Posted by snakeoil123 Of course, but... Wouldn't you love to see RR w wings like Worthy, Wilkes, or Cooper more »

  • Posted 04/11/2012 05:22:14 EDT

    When Ray's in the game they run plays for him. Duh... But often this results in a forced jumper when the play doesn't materialize. When Ray's out, Rondo's cracking the whip, exhorting his team to MOVE more »

  • Posted 04/09/2012 11:48:25 EDT


    We found out why Bird wouldn't take Ray for him. more »

  • Posted 03/09/2012 06:25:17 EST

    The hole in this team is it's lack of a center. You can't win without the ball. Rebounds, my friends, are what is needed... also an end to opposing putbacks. Pick on the little guy if you must. He is more »

  • Posted 03/09/2012 05:12:26 EST

    Confession. Around the All-Star break I suffered a medical setback that required me to take large quantities of painkillers. These drugs did have side effects that they did not tell me about. I became more »

  • Posted 03/08/2012 06:45:07 EST

    Big Apple pantry boy came to the luau… and found out he was the pig. Aloha! How’s that apple taste? more »

  • Posted 03/08/2012 05:31:04 EST

    We really get vicious after these losses. Thank god most of us are old. I remember us marching off to the bars in the 70's... particularly after Bruins "High Lights"...chest out, plenty of 'tude. Man, more »

  • Posted 03/08/2012 06:16:03 EST

    Gilmore was the guy I first thought of. more »

  • Posted 03/07/2012 11:43:50 EST

    In Response to Rondo useless, Ray sixth man: Rondo defends like a girl, he stands and waves at his guy on their fast break.  He stops few penetrations.  Trade Rondo for Gasol and we should improve imm more »

  • Forum Post: #9... #9...

    Posted 03/07/2012 05:42:01 EST

    Rajon Rondo, the All-Star, pushed away from the computer and cut one. “There’s a kiss for you, Dudder,” he muttered. As an All-Star, he has faced many challenges. That goes with the territory. Brandon more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 05:17:37 EST

    In Response to Re: NEW RESPECT FOR WILT, BETTER THAN RUSSELL?: Well since we did a Wilt-Russell comparison, how about a Oscar Robertson- Michael Jordan comparison. The stats and other things tell me J more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 01:40:43 EST

    Not sure Wilt would have paid Red any mind. We'll never know, but it was always Wilt's show. As far as the assist title demonstrating unselfishness. Baloney! Wilt was ridiculous that year and refused more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 12:08:26 EST

    This isn't baseball. One of the beauties of this sport is that a good TEAM can overcome superior talent. If you're talking talent and stats, then it's Wilt all the way. No contest. But you said "playe more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 09:22:14 EST

    Apples and oranges. DJ was always one of the toughest guys on the floor, a bully in the backcourt... very nice to have. Incredibly athletic, he also worked very hard. He is worthy of all the accolades more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 07:51:16 EST

    I missed the first Super Bowl. I was in the Gaarden, 2nd balcony, watching these two on a Sunday afternoon. It wasn't even sold out. The ticket cost was 2 bucks. Both were incredible athletes but 2 ve more »

  • Forum Post: And yet they won

    Posted 03/05/2012 02:12:12 EST

     Pietrus is the new James Posey.
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  • Posted 03/05/2012 02:01:27 EST

    On building a team.... First, you've got to get the ball. Then you need a guy who can take care of it and create. So, you need a rebounder and a ball handler... the hardest guys to find. The driveways more »

  • Posted 03/04/2012 04:31:59 EST

    All-Star Rajon Rondo, the fox, snorted derisively. "If I played well we would have won by 20. But we'll take it." As an All-Star he knows that there are other fish to fry... more work to be done. He w more »

  • Forum Post: Rondo vs DW

    Posted 03/04/2012 10:18:56 EST

    DJ was big. And always one of the toughest guys on the court. People did not knock him down. Add ML Carr and the C's were a nasty bunch that you didn't mess with. This team, as yet, doesn't have that more »

  • Posted 03/04/2012 06:31:41 EST

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