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Posted 11/25/2014 07:40:07 EST
In response to mellymel3's comment: In response to DaCeltics' comment: [QUOTE] You could really mess things up if you let Rondo set picks for Kelly, Sully and Green resulting in mismatches on the swit more »
Posted 11/25/2014 05:59:09 EST
You could really mess things up if you let Rondo set picks for Kelly, Sully and Green resulting in mismatches on the switch! Kelly,Sully or Green get to back down a pg and force a double team or score more »
Posted 11/24/2014 12:32:26 EST
I have noticed Sully and Kelly's improvement in man to man D. They stay between their man and the rim and just make him go through or over them without biting the fakes. Easier said than done, and the more »
Posted 11/24/2014 05:41:20 EST
Sully, Bass,Kelly,Bradley,Green could be the beneficiaries after picking for Rondo. Rondo and Pressey know how to run the pick n pop. I noticed the Blazers had certain plays they like to run with more »
Posted 11/23/2014 10:44:05 EST
Three guys I noticed doing that against Memphis was Sully, Turner and Pressey. Sully and Pressy did it to stop penetration, they just stayed too long on it. I did not know what Turner was constan more »
Posted 11/23/2014 10:36:23 EST
Kelly has done good with his pump and pass fakes. His dribble left spin back right has put him to the line everytime! Now I want to see him dribble right, spin back left into the paint, up fake and th more »
Posted 11/21/2014 11:29:53 EST
Posted 11/21/2014 11:28:44 EST
In response to CelticGreenLP2's comment:
Here's what the gameplan really is. Shoot a lot of threes, pray they go in. End of gameplan.
Posted 11/21/2014 09:30:04 EST
1.Be smart and physical. Be as physical as the refs allow. Calling ticky tacks, you have to flop, if not, BRING THE PAIN! Shoulders into chests under the rim(A Bass and Sully specialty, but Kelly an more »
Posted 11/18/2014 05:13:46 EST
In response to jtkl's comment: In response to DaCeltics' comment: [QUOTE] I think I counted 15 opportunities last night he should have shot the ball. He keeps trying to get his teammates involved when more »
Posted 11/18/2014 06:21:43 EST
Kelly still did not make himself into a pump-fake fool like Bass did. All night!
Kelly stayed on his feet making shooters pass the ball.
Posted 11/18/2014 06:19:26 EST
I agree with Thornton and Turner and Green as closers. They know how to get buckets like Zeller and Olynyk and Sully. I think Thornton over Turner unless Thornton is off that day.
Posted 11/18/2014 05:59:30 EST
I like the the offense reviving the college 3 and shots at the elbows. We dont seem to know how to move the defense in crunch time. I would run curls to the rim like they did with Dragic. Jeff would h more »
Posted 11/18/2014 05:54:16 EST
Who draws up a play to make Avery Bradley pass or handle the ball while Rondo stands in a corner? Brad Stevens play calling lost this one. The only guys to be found dribbling in crunch time should be more »
Posted 11/16/2014 10:10:53 EST
-Going under picks on deep threats -Pushing guys or hitting guys on the forearms(especially when they are just looking to pass) When a guy has two hands on the ball you have to reach in from the nor more »
Posted 11/16/2014 08:33:12 EST
I particularly loved Kells savvy on D and O. -A challenger got too close on one of his jump-shots and he got the refs attention by falling. (One day he will get that call) -He drove and went up tall more »
Posted 11/15/2014 09:06:11 EST
In response to sycophant123's comment: There is no doubr Olynyk could average 18-20 points a game with enough minutes and touches. He is a very good offensive player. People had trouble getting open. more »
Posted 11/15/2014 07:37:12 EST
So Kelly knocks down consecutive 3's in the 3rd and we don't get him anymore shots?
That's where the game was lost.
Posted 11/14/2014 12:49:25 EST
OKC wore our perimeter defenders down with physical picks. Thats why Morrow and Jackson got off. Our pick setters are not as big and strong or versatile. Some teams have the perfect balance of physica more »
Posted 11/14/2014 12:46:26 EST
In response to CeltsFanInNH's comment: I believe Kelly is currently the top scoring player from his draft class. Not bad for the 13th pick. Yeah, but he can be even better! He has Dirk/Detlef potenti more »
Posted 11/14/2014 12:56:49 EST
When Kelly gets it at the elbow that is a chance for him to raise his knee and fade. Then the next time at the elbow he draws a double and gives Bradley that extra second for the corner 3. Kelly also more »
Posted 11/13/2014 12:55:11 EST
Obviously Jeff and Bradley were having a tough night. His job is to recognize that and pick up the slack. The bench gave us nothing, while Kelly is shooting 60% and passing hizassoff when we need poin more »
Posted 11/13/2014 12:52:32 EST
In response to cole-ely's comment: If he's open he should shoot. I'd say he's the best shooter on our team other than Thornton. His #'s indicate that we should encourage him to shoot at every chance! more »
Posted 11/13/2014 03:17:22 EST
I think I counted 15 opportunities last night he should have shot the ball. He keeps trying to get his teammates involved when the ball should stop with him the way he is shooting the rock right now. more »
Posted 11/09/2014 05:51:35 EST
We have too many players trying to block fade aways. Bass against Taj Gibson and Olynyk against Brooks at the 3 point line. Both guys left their feet, hurting the team with foul calls. I am a fan of more »
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