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Re: TWill getting the Darko treatment!
« Reply #30 on: February 26, 2013, 12:11:59 AM »

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Did anyone see how bad Williams was last night?

I didn't notice. So how bad were you last night? Did anyone notice?

Haha. Funny guy. Williams took bad shots and held the ball rather than moving It the way he did his first few games. Doc didn't play him and they won. Good coaching.

Re: TWill getting the Darko treatment!
« Reply #31 on: February 26, 2013, 12:16:04 AM »

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I like Williams better than Crawford so far.  Good lord, some of those shots Crawford takes are horrific.  I can understand Doc not trusting either one in a game he felt they needed to win though, after what he saw last night.

Re: TWill getting the Darko treatment!
« Reply #32 on: February 26, 2013, 12:17:47 AM »

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Doc tightened up the rotation and snagged a big win in Utah, where the Jazz were 21-6. Now the Cs have three games to work him into the system. 

Re: TWill getting the Darko treatment!
« Reply #33 on: February 26, 2013, 12:31:10 AM »

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I like Williams better than Crawford so far.  Good lord, some of those shots Crawford takes are horrific.  I can understand Doc not trusting either one in a game he felt they needed to win though, after what he saw last night.

Agreed.  Crawford is really starting to get on my nerves with his belief in his own hype/  He takes terrible shots.  Although his defense is good.  I'd like to see both guys work into the lineup and help out but if we get a better player after March 1, then so be it.

Re: TWill getting the Darko treatment!
« Reply #34 on: February 26, 2013, 12:37:24 AM »

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Complain when we win, complain when we loose. This is so dumb.
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Doc VS T-Will (open letter to doc)
« Reply #35 on: February 26, 2013, 12:41:09 AM »

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Dear Doc,

Why not play the Terrence 5 minutes like you did with Crawford?

Williams has a history of having attitude issues. Why bruise his ego more, Doc?

He played 2 good games out of 3.
And he's automatically in the Dog house.

I just don't get your coaching style anymore. It sure worked for the Big 3 when they first got here.

But you've got a new team now, athletic and younger.

And with that comes more risks. Take the risk, Doc, it will only help us out in the long run, an athletic and high energy pair of Williams and Crawford should be given more minutes.

They have been waiting to play for an organizations like the Celtics all their lives, and now that they are here, you cut them off.

Why would you choose Terry to guard a 6'9 Hayward?

Aren't coaches supposed to adapt to whats happening to the game?

There was little to no adjustments made tonight.

Avery Bradley begged you to keep him in the game while he and Lee were on a run, plus, he was one of the best players tonight.

Whats up with that?

Why do you choose to keep your vets happy, and give them more minutes, then you come out to the media and say that resting is more important right now.

Why play the vets excessively when you've got younger guys that are full of energy.

Sure they are inexperienced, but how else can they get experience? You need to play them more.

Why not call more plays for Jeff Green?
Why do you choose Bass over him?

Sure, Green did not play well tonight, but how can he play well if you are taking him out every time he heats up.

Welp, I might be over-reacting a little bit.

That's the end of my rant.

Re: Doc VS T-Will (open letter to doc)
« Reply #36 on: February 26, 2013, 12:44:44 AM »

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Maybe Doc wanted to steal a win?
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Re: Doc VS T-Will (open letter to doc)
« Reply #37 on: February 26, 2013, 01:05:17 AM »

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Twill ain't that good people.  Perhaps he's worthy of a secon 10-day contract but that's it or now.

Re: Doc VS T-Will (open letter to doc)
« Reply #38 on: February 26, 2013, 01:09:54 AM »

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Hayward always takes us to the cleaners...He just seems to always play a great game against us.


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Re: TWill getting the Darko treatment!
« Reply #39 on: February 26, 2013, 01:10:17 AM »

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Do we seriously need this much attention on 10-day contract guy?  Guy just came from playing in China.  Odds are, he simply ain't that good. 

Re: TWill getting the Darko treatment!
« Reply #40 on: February 26, 2013, 01:18:04 AM »

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Doc tightened up the rotation and snagged a big win in Utah, where the Jazz were 21-6. Now the Cs have three games to work him into the system.
Yeah he talked about working the new guys through a "minicamp" with open days the C's have coming up.

Re: Doc VS T-Will (open letter to doc)
« Reply #41 on: February 26, 2013, 01:21:23 AM »

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Hayward always takes us to the cleaners...He just seems to always play a great game against us.
Small guards plus aggressive defense against their post players.

Re: TWill getting the Darko treatment!
« Reply #42 on: February 26, 2013, 02:37:55 AM »

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Doc can be a stubborn idiot!!!!  Gordon Hayward is killing us.  He is too tall a cover for our short SG's.  Hmmm, what to do Doc???  Oh yeah, you have a 6'6" guard on the bench that is a solid defender name Terrence Williams.  Oh yeah, he is in the dog house because of ONE freaking bad game, so let's NOT play him even ONE freaking minute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Smitty77

How dramatic. Wait I forgot that Celtic defense isn't complicated. How long has T-Will been on the roster again?

NEXT

Re: Doc VS T-Will (open letter to doc)
« Reply #43 on: February 26, 2013, 02:39:20 AM »

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Dear Doc,

Why not play the Terrence 5 minutes like you did with Crawford?

Williams has a history of having attitude issues. Why bruise his ego more, Doc?

He played 2 good games out of 3.
And he's automatically in the Dog house.

I just don't get your coaching style anymore. It sure worked for the Big 3 when they first got here.

But you've got a new team now, athletic and younger.

And with that comes more risks. Take the risk, Doc, it will only help us out in the long run, an athletic and high energy pair of Williams and Crawford should be given more minutes.

They have been waiting to play for an organizations like the Celtics all their lives, and now that they are here, you cut them off.

Why would you choose Terry to guard a 6'9 Hayward?

Aren't coaches supposed to adapt to whats happening to the game?

There was little to no adjustments made tonight.

Avery Bradley begged you to keep him in the game while he and Lee were on a run, plus, he was one of the best players tonight.

Whats up with that?

Why do you choose to keep your vets happy, and give them more minutes, then you come out to the media and say that resting is more important right now.

Why play the vets excessively when you've got younger guys that are full of energy.

Sure they are inexperienced, but how else can they get experience? You need to play them more.

Why not call more plays for Jeff Green?
Why do you choose Bass over him?

Sure, Green did not play well tonight, but how can he play well if you are taking him out every time he heats up.

Welp, I might be over-reacting a little bit.

That's the end of my rant.

Wow, all I can really say is I'm so glad you're not coaching the C's

Re: Doc VS T-Will (open letter to doc)
« Reply #44 on: February 26, 2013, 03:04:28 AM »

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Dear Doc,

Why not play the Terrence 5 minutes like you did with Crawford?

Williams has a history of having attitude issues. Why bruise his ego more, Doc?

He played 2 good games out of 3.
And he's automatically in the Dog house.

I just don't get your coaching style anymore. It sure worked for the Big 3 when they first got here.

But you've got a new team now, athletic and younger.

And with that comes more risks. Take the risk, Doc, it will only help us out in the long run, an athletic and high energy pair of Williams and Crawford should be given more minutes.

They have been waiting to play for an organizations like the Celtics all their lives, and now that they are here, you cut them off.

Why would you choose Terry to guard a 6'9 Hayward?

Aren't coaches supposed to adapt to whats happening to the game?

There was little to no adjustments made tonight.

Avery Bradley begged you to keep him in the game while he and Lee were on a run, plus, he was one of the best players tonight.

Whats up with that?

Why do you choose to keep your vets happy, and give them more minutes, then you come out to the media and say that resting is more important right now.

Why play the vets excessively when you've got younger guys that are full of energy.

Sure they are inexperienced, but how else can they get experience? You need to play them more.

Why not call more plays for Jeff Green?
Why do you choose Bass over him?

Sure, Green did not play well tonight, but how can he play well if you are taking him out every time he heats up.

Welp, I might be over-reacting a little bit.

That's the end of my rant.

Wow, all I can really say is I'm so glad you're not coaching the C's

trust me, me too. i just wanted to get that off my chest. hahaha. i know doc is a good coach, its just that some of the decisions he has made recently leaves me dumbfounded.

 

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