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Offline krook

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How Can Kevin Garnett Rest
If White And Radolph Are Not Playing?
Given A 10 Day Contract, How Can We Proved That Randolph And White Are Suited In Celtics System, Given Only 10 Days
How? While Doc Rivers Don't Used Them......
Why Sign Them If You Don't Used Them?
How Can KG And Pierce Be Fresh And Not Toast And Out Of Gas Come Playoffs?
Even T-Will As Back-Up Of Pierce
Whats Wrong With Doc Rivers Coaching Style

Bradley/Crawford
Lee/Terry
Pierce/Williams
Green/White/Bass
Garnett/Wilcox/Randolph

Bass And Wilcox Out Of Rotation For A While
or
PP and KG Out For Rotation (Rest)
Lets See What White And Randolph Can Do
AGREE?

I Don't Want To See A Varnando And Milicic Scenario Here
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Have a strong feeling our oldies will be rested on the Philly game... this will give our new guy some PT
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You're aware that Garnett only played 32 minutes and that we have 3 or 4 days, depending on how you look at it, of rest right?

Take Bass and Wilcox out of the rotation for a while? That makes absolutely no sense.

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You don't take out regular rotation players and replace them with guys like Randolph or White who don't even really know the plays or definsive rotations.  In close games that's how you lose.  Come on now...


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You're aware that Garnett only played 32 minutes and that we have 3 or 4 days, depending on how you look at it, of rest right?

Take Bass and Wilcox out of the rotation for a while? That makes absolutely no sense.

Yup I'm aware ;)

Resting kg or pp is not just coz they need a rest its to prevent unnecessary injury on them..
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How Can Kevin Garnett Rest
If White And Radolph Are Not Playing?
Given A 10 Day Contract, How Can We Proved That Randolph And White Are Suited In Celtics System, Given Only 10 Days
How? While Doc Rivers Don't Used Them......
Why Sign Them If You Don't Used Them?
How Can KG And Pierce Be Fresh And Not Toast And Out Of Gas Come Playoffs?
Even T-Will As Back-Up Of Pierce
Whats Wrong With Doc Rivers Coaching Style

Bradley/Crawford
Lee/Terry
Pierce/Williams
Green/White/Bass
Garnett/Wilcox/Randolph

Bass And Wilcox Out Of Rotation For A While
Lets See What White And Randolph Can Do
AGREE?

Ummm....Terrence Williams is a point guard bud...

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perhaps doc and the coaching team rely upon practices to judge them? and maybe other members of the bench are playing more?

these guys are playing 10 day contracts for a reason. it is easy to see they are marginal nba players since they have proven it through their past play. i hope they can help the celtics but i am not worried that they dont play yet.

as far as KG's minutes, he is averaging 30 minutes a game for the season. in the past 7 games he has averaged...... 30 minutes a game. that includes the overtime in utah and does NOT include the dnp against phoenix.

actually, i am surprised KG is only playing 30 minutes lately given the loss of sully. but it seems that wilcox is being called upon to play more and is doing rather well.

wilcox has averaged about 10 minutes a game this season, but has averaged 19 minutes in the past 4 games. that is keeping KG's minutes at his season average.

wilcox has averaged something like 6.5 points and 4 rebounds in those last 4 games. not bad. i hope he keeps it up.
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It is an absolute outrage that Doc Rivers won't play fringe NBA players on 10-day contracts who don't know the plays or the defensive schemes! 

When will Doc stop being so stubborn and start developing all of this young talent!


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Wasnt this our one game in seven days stretch? Why rest them after they just had three days off with another three to come?

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Re: White Randolph Williams Playing Time Problems With Doc Rivers (NO DNP)
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Re: White Randolph Williams Playing Time Problems With Doc Rivers (NO DNP)
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Re: White Randolph Williams Playing Time Problems With Doc Rivers (NO DNP)
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relax my friend. These guys are end bench players. They are happy just to sitting somewhere right now or otherwise would be playing in the nbdl or sitting at home.

Against GS also wilcox and Bass did a good job in the game. When either of these guys don't do their jobs or vs certain matchups we will see white and randolph sooner than later.

But these guys have to realize the one chance they get, they have to play for their lives, if they want to stay and get a chance in the rotation.
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Re: White Randolph Williams Playing Time Problems With Doc Rivers (NO DNP)
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How Can Kevin Garnett Rest
If White And Radolph Are Not Playing?
Given A 10 Day Contract, How Can We Proved That Randolph And White Are Suited In Celtics System, Given Only 10 Days
How? While Doc Rivers Don't Used Them......
Why Sign Them If You Don't Used Them?
How Can KG And Pierce Be Fresh And Not Toast And Out Of Gas Come Playoffs?
Even T-Will As Back-Up Of Pierce
Whats Wrong With Doc Rivers Coaching Style

Bradley/Crawford
Lee/Terry
Pierce/Williams
Green/White/Bass
Garnett/Wilcox/Randolph

Is there a language that capitalizes every word?  I don't think I've ever seen a post like that before.

Bass And Wilcox Out Of Rotation For A While
or
PP and KG Out For Rotation (Rest)
Lets See What White And Randolph Can Do
AGREE?

I Don't Want To See A Varnando And Milicic Scenario Here

Re: White Randolph Williams Playing Time Problems With Doc Rivers (NO DNP)
« Reply #14 on: March 02, 2013, 01:45:38 PM »

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I understand the worry about Doc relying on his proven and aging veterans too much, but this is just silly about these three guys.  They just gave Williams a contract that is far better than him winning a second 10-day gig.  He's now got months to prove himself and a ticket to the playoffs.

As to White and Randolph, they were just signed the day before and had all of one day's practice with the team.  They are both eligible for a second 10-day chance before Danny has to decide more definitely, and now they've got another couple of days to acclimate themselves to the team and their system before getting their examination under the bright lights.  I imagine what they show in practice will also influence how eager Doc and Danny are to see them in games.

 

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