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Re: Celtics (0-2) at Pistons (1-1) Game #3 11/3
« Reply #450 on: November 03, 2013, 09:13:58 PM »

Offline kozlodoev

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Right now we're killing AB's confidence by being a PG.
The only way to keep Bradley's confidence is seemingly to not let him touch the ball. Fittingly, the best way to do this is stick him on the pine.

Being able to pass the ball laterally without turning it over is not a PG play -- it's a basic basketball play. It's unbelievable that a professional basketball player can look so fundamentally incompetent.
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Re: Celtics (0-2) at Pistons (1-1) Game #3 11/3
« Reply #451 on: November 03, 2013, 09:14:37 PM »

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There's no reason to play Bradley at point guard.  It does him no good to handle the ball at all.  How is it helping his development to be put into a position to make so many mistakes?  He doesn't have a long history of success to draw back on him.  He's still trying to settle in going into his fourth season.  Just put him off the ball and limit him to spot up jumpers and cutting to the rim.  The guy is barely capable of throwing passes because he's so unsure of his handle.

there is an excellent reason for playing Bradley at PG.....




We need a pic of a real "Bradley armored tank".

Re: Celtics (0-2) at Pistons (1-1) Game #3 11/3
« Reply #452 on: November 03, 2013, 09:22:13 PM »

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There's no reason to play Bradley at point guard.  It does him no good to handle the ball at all.  How is it helping his development to be put into a position to make so many mistakes?  He doesn't have a long history of success to draw back on him.  He's still trying to settle in going into his fourth season.  Just put him off the ball and limit him to spot up jumpers and cutting to the rim.  The guy is barely capable of throwing passes because he's so unsure of his handle.

there is an excellent reason for playing Bradley at PG.....




We need a pic of a real "Bradley armored tank".

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f7/1BFV01.jpg


You are most welcome.

Re: Celtics (0-2) at Pistons (1-1) Game #3 11/3
« Reply #453 on: November 03, 2013, 09:25:21 PM »

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There's no reason to play Bradley at point guard.  It does him no good to handle the ball at all.  How is it helping his development to be put into a position to make so many mistakes?  He doesn't have a long history of success to draw back on him.  He's still trying to settle in going into his fourth season.  Just put him off the ball and limit him to spot up jumpers and cutting to the rim.  The guy is barely capable of throwing passes because he's so unsure of his handle.

there is an excellent reason for playing Bradley at PG.....




We need a pic of a real "Bradley armored tank".

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f7/1BFV01.jpg


You are most welcome.

That was actually really funny  ;D
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Re: Celtics (0-2) at Pistons (1-1) Game #3 11/3
« Reply #454 on: November 03, 2013, 09:29:00 PM »

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There's no reason to play Bradley at point guard.  It does him no good to handle the ball at all.  How is it helping his development to be put into a position to make so many mistakes?  He doesn't have a long history of success to draw back on him.  He's still trying to settle in going into his fourth season.  Just put him off the ball and limit him to spot up jumpers and cutting to the rim.  The guy is barely capable of throwing passes because he's so unsure of his handle.

there is an excellent reason for playing Bradley at PG.....




We need a pic of a real "Bradley armored tank".

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f7/1BFV01.jpg


You are most welcome.

That was actually really funny  ;D

What else can we do as we sit here and watch the Celtics  die a slow death this year....

I wish Wiggins would blog along with us ...during these darkest of dark days

Re: Celtics (0-2) at Pistons (1-1) Game #3 11/3
« Reply #455 on: November 04, 2013, 07:09:40 AM »

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I wish Wiggins would blog along with us ...during these darkest of dark days

 ;D
Who is writing to him on FB?

But well, the season is soon over there are already 3 matches played...of 82... ****n....

Re: Celtics (0-2) at Pistons (1-1) Game #3 11/3
« Reply #456 on: November 04, 2013, 08:22:27 AM »

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Wrong thread
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