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  • Posted 12/18/2014 11:26:47 EST

    The anti-Green, the anti-Bass.


    High motor, high IQ, high all-round skill level, hard-nosed defender, tough rebounder.


    A profile this team needs very, very, very badly.


     

  • Posted 12/05/2014 03:33:27 EST

    In response to hondorondo's comment: Bring him back up immediately! And Powell too!  Question: What would be stand to lose by giving Young minutes in place of the walking turnover/"I want the ball" Ev more »

  • Posted 12/04/2014 09:56:18 EST

    and Powell and Smart win it at the end. Nice game to check the development of these young guys. Young can really, no, really shoot it, and when he adds his man's weight he'll be a load to handle. Powe more »

  • Posted 12/03/2014 01:32:28 EST

    Now it's called inconsistent, lacking energy, lapses in concenration.   Stevens wants toughness. Good luck. Some people are born tough. Some are consitutionally unable to be tough. I know. I'm one of more »

  • Posted 12/02/2014 12:34:50 EST

    Considerations: D. Jordan C  B. Lopez C     T. Harris SF      R. Jackson PG       B. Knight PG      J. Butler SG     K. Love PF     L. Aldriidge PF Unlikely that most on the list would move, but Jacks more »

  • Posted 12/02/2014 09:57:35 EST

    In response to TommyRulesMtrax's comment: Tommy Heinsohn has no idea what he is talking about. He is now just a full time referee basher. Rondo was probably thinking: "You old and fat fool. You don't more »

  • Forum Post: 'Pop' Culture

    Posted 12/02/2014 09:00:02 EST

    It appears that the Spurs prize guys of a certain type even before any other things are considered.  Popovich on 'motivating' players: 'If I have a player I have to motivate, I shouldn't have brought more »

  • Posted 12/01/2014 09:39:55 EST

    In response to sycophant123's comment: In response to cole-ely's comment: [QUOTE] Lots of players have found new life in SanAn.  How many of you would have believed Diaw would be the key to an NBA cha more »

  • Posted 12/01/2014 11:47:05 EST

    'Just have to get back in the gym and work on my game.' Having been a coach for a very long time, it is frustrating to hear from these guys - Rondo, Olynyk, Green, Sullinger - that the solutions to th more »

  • Posted 12/01/2014 11:32:27 EST

    I'm watching the game yesterday and, abruptly, a rare clear thought came to me. All of the Spur players (and if Matt Bonner can do it, I really mean all of them) are able to put the ball on the floor, more »

  • Posted 12/01/2014 11:12:20 EST

    Very quickly these guys come to mind: Kawhi Leonard - 79%   Doctor J - 78% Michael Jordan - 84%   Kiki Vanderweghe - 87%    among many others.  All with huge mitts. But they obviously overcame the cur more »

  • Posted 12/01/2014 10:09:40 EST

    In response to BostonTrollSpanker's comment: Rondo haters on this forum are enjoying his struggles from the line too much.  If Rondo continues to shoot 30 percent from the line, he's going to devalue more »

  • Posted 11/22/2014 08:54:30 EST

    In response to sycophant123's comment: That is what I find funny about this board. Gasol, Luer, Randoplh had 67 points Oly, Sully and Bass had 40 points. And everyone is talking about how our guards d more »

  • Posted 11/22/2014 03:05:24 EST

    In response to sycophant123's comment: In response to 42dunk's comment: In response to wicksandrowe's comment: It’s not a term you ever want to use to describe the old home team, but listen to Steve more »

  • Posted 11/22/2014 01:11:51 EST

    It’s not a term you ever want to use to describe the old home team, but listen to Stevens after these losses and you can almost hear the word forming up in his throat and then see him catching it an more »

  • Posted 11/22/2014 12:53:43 EST

    Maybe it has someing to do with "the process?"

    more »

  • Posted 11/22/2014 11:57:03 EST

    In response to scubber's comment: AB assist to turnover ratio was much better in the years he played a lot of PG, what was his lately when they only play him at SG?  I like TA better, he is still a gr more »

  • Posted 11/18/2014 01:04:24 EST

    In response to mellymel3's comment: In response to DaCeltics' comment: I agree with Thornton and Turner and Green as closers. They know how to get buckets like Zeller and Olynyk and Sully. I think Tho more »

  • Posted 11/18/2014 12:21:11 EST

    On the defensive end the numbers just scream at you, and it’s not even mostly about a rim-protector. Dead last, 30th, in 4th Quarter Points Allowed - 29 - and by a large margin over the next team 29 more »

  • Posted 11/18/2014 12:40:40 EST

    With this collection of players, I don’t know how Stevens could get much more out of them on the offensive end.   He’s got them from the bottom 3 last year to top 5-6 in nearly all team offensive more »

  • Posted 11/15/2014 02:58:51 EST

    Who the heck is defending in our backcourt? Doesn't really matter. Whoever it's been has been shredded the last 5 games out.  Irving 27    Harden 26    Lowry 35    Brooks (!) 26     Jackson 28    Morr more »

  • Posted 09/26/2014 06:25:04 EDT

    A few points. 1. It's not Danny Ainge's job to keep the CAVS from being good. Cleveland's on a track to be very good and the circumstances that make that possible are so singular as to make them uniqu more »

  • Posted 09/26/2014 09:59:52 EDT

    In response to scubber's comment: I guess that is one way of looking at it - getting something for nothing.  This is a fantastic trade from Cleveland's standpoint.  I know the Celtics will not be a co more »

  • Posted 08/23/2014 11:45:24 EDT

    We, and he, should be so lucky. Schrempf was a legit, through and through, very, very good NBA player. Made All Star games, 6th Man of Year twice. Was arguably the best player on 95 Sonics of Kemp, Pa more »

  • Forum Post: Clippers postering

    Posted 07/27/2014 11:25:43 EDT

    Presuming to know (and second-guessing) what our GM will do as he attempts to restructure the Celts is one thing. It passes for sport. But presuming to know what's in the hearts and minds of players a more »

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