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Re: Celtics (3-2) at Heat (2-2) Game #6 10/28/17
« Reply #540 on: October 28, 2017, 10:35:27 PM »

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Re: Celtics (3-2) at Heat (2-2) Game #6 10/28/17
« Reply #541 on: October 28, 2017, 10:36:31 PM »

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I listened to the Miami announcers, and they kept saying how that game was Winslow's best game as a Miami Heat player.

That game.

That forgettable game.

I mean, he was active, but ... really?
Tatum has already had three or for better games already.
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Re: Celtics (3-2) at Heat (2-2) Game #6 10/28/17
« Reply #542 on: October 28, 2017, 10:40:10 PM »

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Re: Celtics (3-2) at Heat (2-2) Game #6 10/28/17
« Reply #543 on: October 28, 2017, 10:41:12 PM »

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I listened to the Miami announcers, and they kept saying how that game was Winslow's best game as a Miami Heat player.

That game.

That forgettable game.

I mean, he was active, but ... really?
Tatum has already had three or for better games already.

Exactly. It was a moment of jubilation over a lottery pick who played decent role player minutes.

I think the Heat are starting to hunger for elite talent, and they know they don't really have any.

On the other hand, between Irving, Brown, and Tatum, it's fun to see elite talent performing well, even though they really haven't figured out the offense yet.

Man, I miss Hayward. 
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Re: Celtics (3-2) at Heat (2-2) Game #6 10/28/17
« Reply #544 on: October 28, 2017, 10:46:36 PM »

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Tatum 25-29 from the line this season.

Don't want to jinx the kid, but, he's heading in the right direction...pretty quick.

Re: Celtics (3-2) at Heat (2-2) Game #6 10/28/17
« Reply #545 on: October 28, 2017, 10:57:46 PM »

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Tatum 25-29 from the line this season.

Don't want to jinx the kid, but, he's heading in the right direction...pretty quick.

I wish we could get him the ball more. He gets bodied too much and can't get the ball in the short post. Needs muscle, but when he does, he'll be good.

Re: Celtics (3-2) at Heat (2-2) Game #6 10/28/17
« Reply #546 on: October 28, 2017, 11:38:35 PM »

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I listened to the Miami announcers, and they kept saying how that game was Winslow's best game as a Miami Heat player.

That game.

That forgettable game.

I mean, he was active, but ... really?
Tatum has already had three or for better games already.

Exactly. It was a moment of jubilation over a lottery pick who played decent role player minutes.

I think the Heat are starting to hunger for elite talent, and they know they don't really have any.

On the other hand, between Irving, Brown, and Tatum, it's fun to see elite talent performing well, even though they really haven't figured out the offense yet.

Man, I miss Hayward.

My favorite part of the whole Winslow debacle is that he doesn't even have a fraction of Josh Richardson's game, lol :laugh:. Love J-Rich.

Re: Celtics (3-2) at Heat (2-2) Game #6 10/28/17
« Reply #547 on: October 29, 2017, 12:25:18 AM »

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Miami is in a bad spot as a team.  They have a number of guys I like, but more as role players and they are also paying all those guys VERY fair salaries.  I am not a Dragic guy so much myself.

Anyways, one thing everyone should do is watch Smart on some of the key plays late in the last two games.  I have in particular and he is often setting the screen for the shot.  He is setting excellent back screens.

https://twitter.com/JaredWeissNBA/status/924469521947267072

https://twitter.com/celtics/status/923729788149420032

https://twitter.com/JaredWeissNBA/status/924468912028356609
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Re: Celtics (3-2) at Heat (2-2) Game #6 10/28/17
« Reply #548 on: October 29, 2017, 12:28:43 AM »

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I listened to the Miami announcers, and they kept saying how that game was Winslow's best game as a Miami Heat player.

That game.

That forgettable game.

I mean, he was active, but ... really?
Tatum has already had three or for better games already.

Exactly. It was a moment of jubilation over a lottery pick who played decent role player minutes.

I think the Heat are starting to hunger for elite talent, and they know they don't really have any.

On the other hand, between Irving, Brown, and Tatum, it's fun to see elite talent performing well, even though they really haven't figured out the offense yet.

Man, I miss Hayward.


Me Too. 

Re: Celtics (3-2) at Heat (2-2) Game #6 10/28/17
« Reply #549 on: October 29, 2017, 10:21:56 AM »

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https://twitter.com/SeanGrandePBP/status/924518884702597120

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Fun fact: In his ever first game against Boston, Kelly Olynyk made 7 free throws...

...he didn't do that once in 304 games as a Celtic.

For those of us saying this earlier in this thread lol.
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