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Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #135 on: November 26, 2012, 06:43:51 PM »

Offline RyNye

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  The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59.

... pardon?

He's right. '08-09.

That obviously was not the part I was confused about and commenting on ...

am I the only one that sees this?

The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59

23-59

Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #136 on: November 26, 2012, 07:07:46 PM »

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The kid can play listen to any of the analysts on espn and they will say that jeff green will play a big part in the celtics championship run and that he will be a great centerpiece to build around into the future.

  I don't pay much attention to the analysts on espn but I'm pretty sure I've never heard any of them say that Green was more talented than Rondo. If he was PP would be backing him up.

Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #137 on: November 26, 2012, 07:08:39 PM »

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  The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59.

... pardon?

He's right. '08-09.

That obviously was not the part I was confused about and commenting on ...

am I the only one that sees this?

The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59

23-59

  What's confusing about 23-59?

Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #138 on: November 26, 2012, 07:17:56 PM »

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  The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59.

... pardon?

He's right. '08-09.

That obviously was not the part I was confused about and commenting on ...

am I the only one that sees this?

The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59

23-59

It adds up to 82.  Trust me, I broke out the calculator.

Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #139 on: November 26, 2012, 08:26:34 PM »

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  The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59.

... pardon?

He's right. '08-09.

That obviously was not the part I was confused about and commenting on ...

am I the only one that sees this?

The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59

23-59

  What's confusing about 23-59?

I think he thinks that's referring to the season, not the team's record.  Or that that was some stat of Green's.  I don't know.

Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #140 on: November 26, 2012, 08:40:59 PM »

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  The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59.

... pardon?

He's right. '08-09.

That obviously was not the part I was confused about and commenting on ...

am I the only one that sees this?

The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59

23-59

It adds up to 82.  Trust me, I broke out the calculator.

U did WHAT to the calculator?!? :o
Jameer an elite PG?Please, ask that to his garbage highlights.



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Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #141 on: November 26, 2012, 09:18:26 PM »

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  The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59.

... pardon?

He's right. '08-09.

That obviously was not the part I was confused about and commenting on ...

am I the only one that sees this?

The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59

23-59

  What's confusing about 23-59?

I think he thinks that's referring to the season, not the team's record.  Or that that was some stat of Green's.  I don't know.

RyNye's interpretation of 23-59 ranks right up there for me with Crotor among CelticsBlog's mysteries.  I need an explanation badly.

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Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #142 on: November 26, 2012, 09:26:26 PM »

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jeff green is a stud why do we have two threads hating on his game.

Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #143 on: November 26, 2012, 09:48:03 PM »

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jeff green is a stud why do we have two threads hating on his game.

This started as a thread about Rondo's assist streak.  I think you're the one who turned it into a Jeff Green thread.

Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #144 on: November 26, 2012, 09:56:48 PM »

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  The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59.

... pardon?

He's right. '08-09.

That obviously was not the part I was confused about and commenting on ...

am I the only one that sees this?

The only year Green ever averaged more than 15 a game (16.5) OKC was 23-59

23-59

  What's confusing about 23-59?

I think he thinks that's referring to the season, not the team's record.  Or that that was some stat of Green's.  I don't know.

RyNye's interpretation of 23-59 ranks right up there for me with Crotor among CelticsBlog's mysteries.  I need an explanation badly.

Haha, I think he misread OKC's record that year.

Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #145 on: November 26, 2012, 10:25:31 PM »

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Record could assist in cementing rondo as best pg ever.

That is taken by stockton and magic johnson. rondo is not in the same stratosphere.

Not yet.

won't be. rondo by himself cannot take tis team to a championship.

  How many times did you see Stockton do that?

  Even Magic had HOFers on the team with him when he was winning.

Agreed, but let's be real:  Rondo has absolutely zero chance of ever surpassing Magic as the best ever.  There's no shame in that.

Not likely, but I would never say "zero chance."  On the other hand, he has a fairly realistic chance of being considered in the same class as Stockton when his career is all said and done.
When Magic had reached Rondo's age he had averaged 7.5 more points, 2.5 more assists, 3.6 more rebounds, and .5 more steals per game, while shooting 55% to Rondo's 48%.  He also had won 2 more championships.

He'd have to surpass Jordan immediately if he wanted to catch up to Magic's career.

Being better than Magic would put Rondo into...what?  Top 5 all time?  In the battle for #3 after Russell and Jordan?

Yeah, let's not get carried away here.

Mike

Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #146 on: November 26, 2012, 10:54:34 PM »

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Didn't Rondo break Stockton's consecutive games with double digit assists streak (29) tonight ? He has 30 straight games with double digit assists (counting his last 24 games in the 2011-2012 regular season plus 6 games this season). Or does it not count because he did it in between seasons?

He should be 3rd all-time now. Magic's record (44 straight) is within Rondo's sights.

Edit: The media should be all over this. Very significant record Rondo is poised to break.


Running tally:

1. 10 assists vs. Lakers
2. 10 assists vs. Clippers
3. 14 assists vs. Warriors
4. 12 assists vs. Kings
5. 16 assists vs. Nuggets
6. 13 assists vs. Hawks
7. 14 assists vs. Bucks
8. 17 assists vs. 76ers
9. 11 assists vs. Wizards
10. 13 assists vs. Bobcats
11. 14 assists vs. Jazz
12. 17 assists vs. Wolves
13. 14 assists vs. Heat
14. 11 assists vs. Spurs
15. 12 assists vs. Bulls
16. 12 assists vs. Pacers
17. 15 assists vs. 76ers
18. 15 assists vs. Heat
19. 20 assists vs. Hawks
20. 12 assists vs. Raptors
21. 15 assists vs. Nets
22. 16 assists vs. Bobcats
22. 16 assists vs. Bobcats
23. 13 assists vs. Knicks
24. 15 assists vs. Bucks
25. 13 assists vs. Heat
26. 11 assists vs. Bucks
27. 12 assists vs. Wizards
28. 14 assists vs. Wizards
29. 20 assists vs. 76ers
30. 11 assists vs. Bucks
31. 10 assists vs. Bulls
32. 10 assists vs. Jazz
33. 20 assists vs. Raptors
34. 10 assists vs. Pistons
35. 15 assists vs. Spurs
36. 16 assists vs. Thunder

I hope Rondo does not have the record in mind. Last few games I see signs of him trying to get assists n not being aggressive, but it is fine to this date. Just my concern.

Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #147 on: November 27, 2012, 01:00:46 AM »

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Theres alot of old school Celtics commentators (Maxwell, Bob Ryan, Shaughnessy, etc.) that do not like the Rondo streak. And think Rondo is more worried about the assist streak than actually winning games

Rondo should just tell them straight up "Yeah I'm going after the Magic Johnson streak...And??"

Maybe the critics of Rondo , just don't want a LA players record broken , in particular they idol Magic Johnson. 

The major network media is IN LOVE with the Lakers , and anytime some of LA's glory is threaten , they pronto to the rescue of there favorite team.

Yes exactly. Every year they overhype the Lakers. Just like this year, saying they are championship contenders smh

Re: Rondo double digit assists streak
« Reply #148 on: November 27, 2012, 01:23:44 AM »

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Theres alot of old school Celtics commentators (Maxwell, Bob Ryan, Shaughnessy, etc.) that do not like the Rondo streak. And think Rondo is more worried about the assist streak than actually winning games

Rondo should just tell them straight up "Yeah I'm going after the Magic Johnson streak...And??"

Maybe the critics of Rondo , just don't want a LA players record broken , in particular they idol Magic Johnson. 

The major network media is IN LOVE with the Lakers , and anytime some of LA's glory is threaten , they pronto to the rescue of there favorite team.

Yes exactly. Every year they overhype the Lakers. Just like this year, saying they are championship contenders smh

lakers looking pretty good right now but so are we. we both have a lot of talent, almost as much as the heat.

 

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