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  • Forum Post: Can someone remind us again of James Young's "taking heads off" skills?

    Posted 07/07/2015 10:29:04 EDT

    In response to BostonTS' comment: Fierce is partially right, in that when you have a pick at 17 your chances of getting a really good NBA player aren't that great - the exceptions don't prove the rule more »

  • Forum Post: Can someone remind us again of James Young's "taking heads off" skills?

    Posted 07/07/2015 02:15:37 EDT

    In response to FierceBrand's comment: In response to wicksandrowe's comment: Danny Granger, Shawn Kemp, Tyler Zeller, Doug Christie, Jermain O'neal, Desmond Mason, Josh Smith, Jrue Holiday, Roy Hibber more »

  • Forum Post: Can someone remind us again of James Young's "taking heads off" skills?

    Posted 07/07/2015 12:53:19 EDT

    In response to FierceBrand's comment: What do you expect from players picked in the late teens? It's not like there are a lot of players picked 17th that end up becoming very good players. Danny Grang more »

  • Forum Post: Can someone remind us again of James Young's "taking heads off" skills?

    Posted 07/07/2015 12:14:30 EDT

    Seriously. Not a fluid player at all. Got that mechanical, head back, Nick Young posture. Still looks like he's waiting for the game to walk up to him and introduce itself. 12 points on 11 shots, 1-5 more »

  • Forum Post: Rondo to Kings for Short Money

    Posted 07/04/2015 09:49:26 EDT

    In response to cabutan's comment: Good team..at least on paper Rudy Gay and Bellinelli willl need to shoot threes fast, often, and accurately! Cousins - low-post monster Cauley-Stein - no offense beyo more »

  • Forum Post: If we keep the picks

    Posted 05/19/2015 05:04:56 EDT

    In response to hedleylamarr's comment: Assuming we can't move up and get WCS - I love Dekker.  He may be gone, though. Also like Portis, but how much better would he be than what we have? What would R more »

  • Forum Post: Correlation between #1 NBA pick and subsequent NBA titles

    Posted 04/28/2015 11:00:30 EDT

    In response to Petey62's comment: One thing this tells you is that, at some point, you HAVE to have that superstar, that elite player, to win a title. Even if YOU didn't pick him, you need to, by any more »

  • Forum Post: Props to Jared Sullinger today

    Posted 04/27/2015 08:17:25 EDT

    For some reason I believe that Sullinger is 20-30 pounds away from being a solid power forward with a knack for below the rim points in the paint. And I want to believe he can get his weight and condi more »

  • Forum Post: Correlation between #1 NBA pick and subsequent NBA titles

    Posted 04/27/2015 04:58:47 EDT

    For those lamenting the great misfortune of the Celts participating in the playoffs, thus disqualifying themselves from any participation in the lottery and dooming themselves, for now, to picks 16, 2 more »

  • Forum Post: Props to Jared Sullinger today

    Posted 04/26/2015 05:50:11 EDT

    He was the only "big" who dug in and played, overweight and gasping as he was. 9-17 and 11 boards.   Bass, Zeller, and Olynyk combined for 13 and 8, I believe. Not good, not good at all, but apparentl more »

  • Forum Post: Who needs the first round anyway?

    Posted 04/26/2015 05:34:34 EDT

    Observing the recent obsession over getting into the upper reaches of the first roound, it occured to me that there was also a second round. Do you think maybe you might be able to cobble together a d more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 05:18:05 EDT

    In response to FierceBrand's comment: [QUOTE] You clearly don't know what you're talking about. The 10th pick is always better than the 16th pick.   Uh, unh, not always! Language places restrictions o more »

  • Forum Post: #10 versus # 16

    Posted 04/26/2015 05:05:22 EDT

    Come to your own conclusion. Is #10 always better than #16? Looks like it's not that clear-cut at all.   Pierce, J. Johnson, Butler, Jennings and George are obvious. Vucevic also. Maybe Bynum if he st more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 03:31:26 EDT

    Damn! Watching Olynyk is just painful. In a span of 3-4 possessions he fouls, gives up offensive rebounds, misses a baby shot, fouls, all the time wetting his fingers and rubbing them together.

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  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 03:20:55 EDT

    Any one still believe that Bradley is a defensive stopper? 

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  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 02:39:35 EDT


    That's 2 times!  Which Celtics will step up?

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  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 02:30:52 EDT

    Boy, does this make crystal clear what "physically inferior to your opponent" means. Beyond Crowder not one other player has even a physical standoff, let alone a physical advantage.  I'm a big fan of more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 02:10:29 EDT

    How can that not be a flagrantflagrant disqualifying foul? Seriously.

    And where on the roster is there anybody who could even think of smacking Perkins?

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  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 01:51:24 EDT

    Thank you Jae Crowder.

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  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 01:50:54 EDT

    Please restrict Bass to the 16 foot jumper!  And please remove Zeller from the proceedings.

    And please let Thomas hit a shot, any shot!

     

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  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 01:45:03 EDT

    Bass and Zeller play Laurel and Hardy.

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  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 01:42:31 EDT

    ZELLER!  Man, I don't care that he can make floaters from 2-5 feet. He just accidentally came into possession of a rebound, totally relaxed, and Irving just knocked it out of his hands. Happens all th more »

  • Forum Post: Rebounds are important

    Posted 04/24/2015 11:51:57 EDT

    In response to FierceBrand's comment: Just use common sense. Whatever the reason, this June's draft has two potential franchise player type big men. But the Celts opted to make the playoffs.   Some of more »

  • Forum Post: Can we find a Tristan Thompson in the draft?

    Posted 04/24/2015 01:13:34 EDT

    In response to maryngary's comment:   Clueless Celtic Cheerleader  Easy to pick out poor plays caused sometimes by our lock down defenders getting beat, you should at least point out how Zeller played more »

  • Forum Post: Can we find a Tristan Thompson in the draft?

    Posted 04/24/2015 11:11:50 EDT

    Please! AGAIN, it happened again, and even Celtic players can barely disguise their frustration that not one, not two, not three of our 'bigs' can keep this guy off the glass. At about 2:23 Thompson s more »

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