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Re: Celtics (51-23) at Jazz (42-32) Game #75 3/28/18
« Reply #300 on: March 29, 2018, 02:24:55 PM »

Offline footey

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Brad is just taking his coach of the year victory lap with what hes been doing with our injured roster to close the season
Injuries or no injuries, I don't see it. Even taking Hayward out of the equation, this was a 53-win team that got better over the offseason -- and is on pace to improve by a couple of wins. We're pretty much just in line with expectations here.

Go back and read the threads day after Hayward went down. This is 20-20 hindsight gibberish.

Re: Celtics (51-23) at Jazz (42-32) Game #75 3/28/18
« Reply #301 on: March 29, 2018, 02:49:35 PM »

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Brad is just taking his coach of the year victory lap with what hes been doing with our injured roster to close the season
Injuries or no injuries, I don't see it. Even taking Hayward out of the equation, this was a 53-win team that got better over the offseason -- and is on pace to improve by a couple of wins. We're pretty much just in line with expectations here.

Go back and read the threads day after Hayward went down. This is 20-20 hindsight gibberish.
Why do I need to care about other people not having a solid grasp of reality? It's not like it's a rare occurrence around here.
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Re: Celtics (51-23) at Jazz (42-32) Game #75 3/28/18
« Reply #302 on: March 29, 2018, 02:54:22 PM »

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Brad is just taking his coach of the year victory lap with what hes been doing with our injured roster to close the season
Injuries or no injuries, I don't see it. Even taking Hayward out of the equation, this was a 53-win team that got better over the offseason -- and is on pace to improve by a couple of wins. We're pretty much just in line with expectations here.

Go back and read the threads day after Hayward went down. This is 20-20 hindsight gibberish.
http://forums.celticsblog.com/index.php?topic=93870.0

Correct

Around page 4 or 5 when Hayward went down expectations were low

Re: Celtics (51-23) at Jazz (42-32) Game #75 3/28/18
« Reply #303 on: March 29, 2018, 03:53:42 PM »

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Brad is just taking his coach of the year victory lap with what hes been doing with our injured roster to close the season
Injuries or no injuries, I don't see it. Even taking Hayward out of the equation, this was a 53-win team that got better over the offseason -- and is on pace to improve by a couple of wins. We're pretty much just in line with expectations here.
Lol.

Re: Celtics (51-23) at Jazz (42-32) Game #75 3/28/18
« Reply #304 on: March 29, 2018, 04:03:39 PM »

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Brad is just taking his coach of the year victory lap with what hes been doing with our injured roster to close the season
Injuries or no injuries, I don't see it. Even taking Hayward out of the equation, this was a 53-win team that got better over the offseason -- and is on pace to improve by a couple of wins. We're pretty much just in line with expectations here.
Lol.

Where are you getting this 53 win stuff from?

Re: Celtics (51-23) at Jazz (42-32) Game #75 3/28/18
« Reply #305 on: March 29, 2018, 04:48:10 PM »

Offline RockinRyA

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Brad is just taking his coach of the year victory lap with what hes been doing with our injured roster to close the season
Injuries or no injuries, I don't see it. Even taking Hayward out of the equation, this was a 53-win team that got better over the offseason -- and is on pace to improve by a couple of wins. We're pretty much just in line with expectations here.

Go back and read the threads day after Hayward went down. This is 20-20 hindsight gibberish.
Why do I need to care about other people not having a solid grasp of reality? It's not like it's a rare occurrence around here.

Of course, you are a classic example of not having grasp of reality, so of course you wont care.

You have been a Stevens hater for a long time, even spouting nonsense like he cannot adjust in-game, and you won't even listen to all the contrary evidence.