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Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #210 on: January 20, 2013, 10:11:23 PM »

Offline TenaciousD

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well that 6 game win streak is so far in the rear view mirror you can't really see it.
  Fading in the dust. 

Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #211 on: January 20, 2013, 10:11:58 PM »

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At least we're not the Lakers...?

Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #212 on: January 20, 2013, 10:14:52 PM »

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Need a guy who isn't afraid to get to the rim cause rondo is our only guy and he struggles with free throws and a rebounder.. maybe we can pull.of a lakers trade and get some talent.. idk i really don't want to blow it up but 20-20 is scary and we need to do something soon



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Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #213 on: January 20, 2013, 10:18:43 PM »

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complete DISGRACE. if some guys do not want to show up every night then SEND THEM PACKING. I DO NOT WANT THEM. I said if we lost to this crap city and crap team again i would explode. I honestly think i am too darn tired to do it after this long weekend. that 6 win streak was fools gold. changes are needed. we have people not showing up night in and night out. SHIP THEM OUT!

Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #214 on: January 20, 2013, 10:22:57 PM »

Offline PhoSita

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At least we're not the Lakers...?

Surprisingly I don't find this sentiment as comforting as I would have expected it to be earlier this season.
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Parker isn't going to score 30 ppg and rebuilds generally take longer than 1 year. Relax.

Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #215 on: January 20, 2013, 10:23:58 PM »

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well that 6 game win streak is so far in the rear view mirror you can't really see it.
  Fading in the dust.
a .500 team tends to win half their games and lose half their games.  Feel the same about this team as I did in the offseason.  Still need to make a move.

Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #216 on: January 20, 2013, 10:26:09 PM »

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Wow, Doc just went off on the team.  Good for him

Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #217 on: January 20, 2013, 10:26:52 PM »

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Wow...that was quite the post-game press conference.

After watching that terrible Pats game, Doc gave me exactly what I needed.  He's clearly frustrated and showing it.  Good for him.

Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #218 on: January 20, 2013, 10:29:29 PM »

Offline PhoSita

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well that 6 game win streak is so far in the rear view mirror you can't really see it.
  Fading in the dust.
a .500 team tends to win half their games and lose half their games.  Feel the same about this team as I did in the offseason.  Still need to make a move.

I agree with you that the team would need to change the roster to become truly competitive.

But WHAT move?  What trade are they going to make to suddenly become substantially better?

I think Danny did as many acrobatics as he could this off-season and he gave the team depth, and youth, and weapons.  But it hasn't come together, and the players at the top just aren't good enough. 

So can Danny really squeeze any more water out of this rock?

I can't escape the notion that we're in for more mediocrity as long as we hang with this core.  Maybe that's okay, though.  Maybe we just want to see these old guys have their retirement tour and hold onto Rondo for the sake of keeping him in Celtics green.  Perhaps there simply aren't any decent trades out there anyway.

But I don't see any quick fixes for this.
Quote from: BBallTim
Parker isn't going to score 30 ppg and rebuilds generally take longer than 1 year. Relax.

Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #219 on: January 20, 2013, 10:29:59 PM »

Offline albas89

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Wow...that was quite the post-game press conference.

After watching that terrible Pats game, Doc gave me exactly what I needed.  He's clearly frustrated and showing it.  Good for him.
Yeah, glad to hear those things from him, cause it's the truth... that's exactly what I was thinking watching this game, some guys need to go!! and unfortunately the Captain is one of them, he has sucked so bad I can't even describe it...
"Life has so many hurdles. Some of them I've hopped over, some of them I've tripped over. The key is to get back up and finish the race."- Paul Pierce

And he did finish...

Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #220 on: January 20, 2013, 10:32:39 PM »

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DUMP Rondo while some teams still want him.   PG that can't shoot freethrow is worthless ,  turns the ball over like crazy and ,barely plays defense , and not much of a shooting threat....I wouldn't miss him and doubt the team would either...as LONG AS BRADLEY is there.

Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #221 on: January 20, 2013, 10:37:35 PM »

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well that 6 game win streak is so far in the rear view mirror you can't really see it.
  Fading in the dust.
a .500 team tends to win half their games and lose half their games.  Feel the same about this team as I did in the offseason.  Still need to make a move.

I agree with you that the team would need to change the roster to become truly competitive.

But WHAT move?  What trade are they going to make to suddenly become substantially better?

I think Danny did as many acrobatics as he could this off-season and he gave the team depth, and youth, and weapons.  But it hasn't come together, and the players at the top just aren't good enough. 

So can Danny really squeeze any more water out of this rock?

I can't escape the notion that we're in for more mediocrity as long as we hang with this core.  Maybe that's okay, though.  Maybe we just want to see these old guys have their retirement tour and hold onto Rondo for the sake of keeping him in Celtics green.  Perhaps there simply aren't any decent trades out there anyway.

But I don't see any quick fixes for this.
Too soon to say.  We're not going to see much trade talk until the deadline gets a little closer.  I don't think Bradley and Sully have a ton of trade value around the league, but maybe you can trick some team into giving up a disgruntled impact player for Bradley, Sully, multiple picks, Bass, Green, etc ... Don't know yet.  We'll see what happens. 

It's interesting, because if you weren't watching the games you'd probably say that Courtney Lee has been completely outplaying Bradley since his return.

Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #222 on: January 20, 2013, 10:40:53 PM »

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Begin by getting rid of Jeff Green and Jason Terry

Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #223 on: January 20, 2013, 10:42:30 PM »

Offline lon3lytoaster

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Begin by getting rid of Jeff Green and Jason Terry

Who wants them?

Re: Celtics (20-19) at Pistons (14-25) 1/20
« Reply #224 on: January 21, 2013, 11:31:05 AM »

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Another game in which a former Doc assistant beats his former boss resoundingly.  Franks and Thibideau have thumped the Celtics to so many double-digit losses these past two years that I feel embarrassed for Doc. 

 

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