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ElectricEye
04-09-2007, 12:05 PM
http://www.celebopedia.com/boston-celtics/images/boston-celtics.jpg
Please tell me I'm not the only one who still cares/watches basketball..
Anyway, we have a Red Sox thread, and I love my C's despite our current situation. Anyway...
Doc Rivers offered an extension (http://celtics.bostonherald.com/celtics/view.bg?articleid=193651)
I love it. It's not Doc's fault that we are as bad as we are...we can blame that on Danny Ainge. He has done a great job of developing Al Jefferson and Delonte West, even though it seemed slow at first...he did it the right way.

Jay
04-09-2007, 12:12 PM
I think they just didn't want him to go into a lame duck season.

If we don't get the #1 or #2 pick out of all this, I am going to be pissed. I guess Al Horford would be the guy I want if we can't get Oden or Durant...

ElectricEye
04-09-2007, 12:20 PM
Yeah, that's what sucks about the NBA. If you don't get one of the top picks(which is luck) then your stuck. Oden would really be the best fit, but we're probably going to have to get lucky to get him. Durrant makes sense as well, but that puts the future of Gerald Green in doubt.
Anyway...I'm not sold on us picking Horford. He's too short to play center in the NBA, and Al Jefferson is going to be the man at power forward. I would look at Hibbert should he come out, since Perkins is looking like a second line guy, and a defensive presence in the middle would probably give us another 5 games next year. Thabeet wouldn't be bad either....he has more upside than Roy, but the drop off in terms of offenses isn't enough to warrant the defensive upside...but hopefully none of this matters and we get Oden or Durrant :).
Anyway, we're playing Atlanta tomorrow. It's a winable game, unfortunately. This is going to be telling week, in terms of our stance on the draft. After the Hawks, we play the 76'ers, and the Bucks. If we can go 0-3, we'll be in very good shape, with Charlotte winning against Miami last night.

Jay
04-09-2007, 12:43 PM
I think they shut down Jefferson for the season. Same with Pierce. Nothing should be "winable" anymore haha...

Don Vito
04-09-2007, 01:11 PM
I have always been a Celts fan, but the best thing they can get out of this season is a top 2 pick. Hopefully we can get Oden/Durant and one of them would definitely improve Pierce, Al, Perk, Telfair, Gerrald Green, Delonte, Gomes, and the rest of the team (who return for '07-'08).

ElectricEye
04-09-2007, 01:29 PM
I think they shut down Jefferson for the season. Same with Pierce. Nothing should be "winable" anymore haha...

Let's hope. Al is a BEAST though. I've seen every game this season. It's amazing how far he has come. Early in the year, he just wasn't in game shape. But now...man. No more of the lay it in stuff. He takes it up strong every time he can now. And he's benefited from it. Playing with Rondo next year will only make him better. It's been nice to see us run with him in.

ElectricEye
04-10-2007, 10:06 PM
More ping pong balls. Gerald Green looked awesome tonight though. Kevinn Pinkney continues to surprise people too. Philly tomorrow at 7:30. They beat Indiana tonight. Both teams are coming off a back to back, but the 76'ers have a lot more to play for.
Oh, and Durrant entered the draft.

alca1992
04-11-2007, 08:47 AM
im a huge fan of the C's but sad tough cause i never get to watch there games ive watched only 8 games this year including last night

ElectricEye
04-11-2007, 08:58 AM
im a huge fan of the C's but sad tough cause i never get to watch there games ive watched only 8 games this year including last night

Sorry to hear that :(
Anyway, we currently have a 38% chance of landing one of the top two picks. Not as high as I'm sure we would all like, but come on. This is the Celtics. The basketball gods and ping pong ball gods MUST care a bit. It won't be fair if something good doesn't happen this draft. Not after the Tim Duncan thing.

ElectricEye
04-12-2007, 12:14 PM
Loss to the 76'ers 102-94.
Very important game as far as the lottery goes tomorrow night. Milwaukee Bucs, who have lost four straight, including a 104-98 loss the the Pacers last night that would have really helped us out if they won. Someones streak will end tomorrow night.

ElectricEye
04-18-2007, 09:12 PM
Well, it's over. Even though it was a bad year, this will end up being good for us. As Tommy said, we're still young....but now we're experienced. Look out Atlantic in 2008. We're coming for you. Tommy, go bring us back Greg Oden.

Don Vito
04-18-2007, 09:44 PM
If we get screwed out of a top 2 pick I don't know what I'm gonna do. I detest the lottery system in general, especially after seeing it screw over the Celtics back when we should've got Duncan in '97.

Riotmaker
04-18-2007, 09:51 PM
If we get screwed out of a top 2 pick I don't know what I'm gonna do. I detest the lottery system in general, especially after seeing it screw over the Celtics back when we should've got Duncan in '97.
Some lotteries are rigged. The one with Duncan definitely was. David Robinson was a great player and one of if not the most respected player in the league, but he couldnt win a championship by himself. The one year the Spurs dont make the playoffs, and Robinson goes out for the final 10 games of the year due to injury, and they win? Think about it.

Also look at Cleveland winning the lottery for Lebron, they had no one for a real long time and needed a fanbase, plus with Lebron coming right out of the area it's real good for the media.

The only way Boston doesnt get a top 2 pick is if Stern is real mad about Ainge talking to Durant or whatever he did. They're one of the most marketable teams in the league in a huge market, they need this. Similar to the 76ers, but unfortunately for the fan base and themselves (myself included) they decided to be dumbasses and let guys like Joe Smith and Willie Green win games this year when they have no future with the team. If the 76ers had a bottom 4 record, them and the Celtics would have had the top 2 picks. They used to be a huge rivalry, what would it be like with Oden vs Durant?

ElectricEye
04-18-2007, 09:52 PM
If we get screwed out of a top 2 pick I don't know what I'm gonna do. I detest the lottery system in general, especially after seeing it screw over the Celtics back when we should've got Duncan in '97.

We need Oden. If for no other reason than to get Perk off the court. It will be very bad if we don't get a top 2 pick....but we can live with it. We're very talented. Anyone who watched the team this year knows it. With Paul, Wally, Al, and Tony Allen healthy next year, we should be at or near the top of the Atlantic.

ElectricEye
04-18-2007, 10:00 PM
Some lotteries are rigged. The one with Duncan definitely was. David Robinson was a great player and one of if not the most respected player in the league, but he couldnt win a championship by himself. The one year the Spurs dont make the playoffs, and Robinson goes out for the final 10 games of the year due to injury, and they win? Think about it.

Also look at Cleveland winning the lottery for Lebron, they had no one for a real long time and needed a fanbase, plus with Lebron coming right out of the area it's real good for the media.

The only way Boston doesnt get a top 2 pick is if Stern is real mad about Ainge talking to Durant or whatever he did. They're one of the most marketable teams in the league in a huge market, they need this. Similar to the 76ers, but unfortunately for the fan base and themselves (myself included) they decided to be dumbasses and let guys like Joe Smith and Willie Green win games this year when they have no future with the team. If the 76ers had a bottom 4 record, them and the Celtics would have had the top 2 picks. They used to be a huge rivalry, what would it be like with Oden vs Durant?There might be some truth to that. And if there is, David Stern is even worse as a commissioner than I thought he was. Still, just have to hope we get lucky. 38.9% of getting either Oden or Durrant.

Riotmaker
04-18-2007, 10:08 PM
It doesnt make Stern a bad commissioner, it's better for revenue and things like that. You throw Greg Oden or Kevin Durant on the Celtics or any other big market team, it's a huge deal. You put either on the Bucks, you'll never hear from them again. People outside of Wisconsin couldnt care less about the Bucks, and even then they arent even held in the same breath as the Packers, Brewers and the University of Wisconsin. In Boston people still care about the Celtics, even with the Red Sox and the Patriots and that. There's a long storied history with the Celtics.

I agree on the point that Stern isnt a good commissioner. I dont understand why he tried making a new ball either. Whats the point?

Don Vito
04-18-2007, 10:19 PM
We need Oden. If for no other reason than to get Perk off the court. It will be very bad if we don't get a top 2 pick....but we can live with it. We're very talented. Anyone who watched the team this year knows it. With Paul, Wally, Al, and Tony Allen healthy next year, we should be at or near the top of the Atlantic.

I absolutely agree with you. We have immense talent all over the court, we just need a dominating big man. I really believe the addition of Oden would improve everyone on the Celitcs, especially Big Al and Perk (if we keep both of them). Pierce is a star, we have a bunch of solid players like Gomes, Delonte, Rondo, and Tony Allen; and we also have some top-tier talents who are developing like Gerald Green, Big Al, Perk, and Telfair. Imagine if all of those guys hit their potential, then throw Oden in their? That would be a very good, young team.

ElectricEye
04-19-2007, 01:13 AM
I absolutely agree with you. We have immense talent all over the court, we just need a dominating big man. I really believe the addition of Oden would improve everyone on the Celitcs, especially Big Al and Perk (if we keep both of them). Pierce is a star, we have a bunch of solid players like Gomes, Delonte, Rondo, and Tony Allen; and we also have some top-tier talents who are developing like Gerald Green, Big Al, Perk, and Telfair. Imagine if all of those guys hit their potential, then throw Oden in their? That would be a very good, young team.

If all of them were to maxout at the same time, we would win the East. But some of them may never max out.
But Oden and Al would be....I'm not sure if I even have words to describe how good that would be. We would have two 20/10 guys(Oden might not get 20 right away, but his 15 should hold) going into their primes together. If Al continues to get better, I'm not sure if a team ever had two young big men of their caliber.
As for the rest of the guys, Gomes is great. It's amazing how much he's expanded his game. I remember last year when he started playing....and you look at him now...and he's just so much better. He came into the league without a jumper, and no range. And while I don't want to see Ryan Gomes taking 3's all that often, still, it's just another thing we have should be need it. As for Delonte, I'm not as high on him as some people seem to be. He's not a great shooter(although he's very good) nor a point guard. On a championship caliber team, he's probably a very good 6th man. Rondo is a guy I like a lot. He's the best thing that happened to us this season besides Al becoming a beast. We're built to run. Paul, Al, Delonte, and Gerald all would benefit from us running. And that's Rondo's game. If he can do that and play great on-ball defense, Tommy said he would be an Allstar, and believe every word that's ever come out of Tom Heinsohn's mouth. Tony Allen played great in November and early December, but he has yet to prove he can stay healthy for an entire season. If he can, we have a lock down defender with a plus offensive game. Gerald was another major plus this year. He was better than I expected him to be. One thing that he really showed was his ability as a shooter. Even though he was a bit streaky, when he was on, he was deadly. He has all the talent in the world, and if he keeps working on his game, he'll be a star. All of that, and that's not even getting into the great things we've seen out of Leon Powe and Allen Ray down the stretch.
Having said all that, one thing that worries me is that we may be a bit to talented. Everywhere you look we have young players. But how does all of that fit into a playoff run? We're talented...and as a core, I think we have a great bunch of guys...but will they accept and embrace their roles? Will Delonte be comfortable if he gets pushed to the bench because of Rondo? Will Paul Peirce mind sharing some shots with Gerald Green? Where does Szczerbiak fit into all of this? Wheres the best place for Tony Allen? After all, he only started playing well when he was starting. What are we going to do with Telfair? But these are good problems to have. Still, it's something to think about. Anyway...
May 22 is going to be a huge day for us. Assuming the Basketball God's(David Stern)smile on us, and we get Oden or Durrant, the team next year could take two very different looks. I'll type up some early projected lineups tomorrow, and get into what we would look like as a team....and most importantly...the record I think we would end up with.

alca1992
04-19-2007, 10:44 AM
if we dont get a top 2 pick ill be mad but i could live with it. as long as we stay in the top 4 im happy cause i would love to get in this order

1. Greg Oden
2. Kevin Durant
3. Al Horford
4. Julian Wright

Bostonsportlova
04-20-2007, 08:54 PM
I really love everything Paul has done with the team and all. But if we get the second pick overall and Oden is gone like he should be, the chocie is Durant. Now with adding Durant and he will be playing SF that not only kicks someone out of the lineup but should be traded. I think that they should keep Green, hes really developed this year. Remmber if he was in college he would be going into his junoir year so hes still very young. Although i love Green I dont think he can be the Paul Pierce (20 points a game. big time scorer) but can be a solid SF/SG. So i think Pierce has to go, trade him for a solid center, or a draft pick.

Draft Durant
Trade Pierce for a Center

Lineup
PG: Rondo
SG: Green
SF: Durant
PF: Big Al
C: (For Pierce)

And the bench is solid led by West and Perk

If and when Danny gets a lineup like this you keep it. No more trading or siging ree agents to clog up playing time for the youngsters. These starters have a lot of potential and could turn into Detroit if he keeps it.

ElectricEye
04-20-2007, 09:48 PM
I'm not sure I would trade Peirce that easily. If we can get a mega deal for him, sure, but that's taking a step back. Basically, we would be handing the franchise to a kid who might never live up to the billing..
Anyway, Telfair pulled a Pacman today. We need to get rid of him.

Bostonsportlova
04-21-2007, 01:11 PM
Ya but I think Durant can be an instance impact player. And Im predicting that Big Al progress again and becomes a franchise player.
Also that would be Doc's dream team i believe. Not Paul and 4 other guys. 5 player who can all score and 3 players that can really run the fastbreak that Rivers dreams about.

I no that the Telifar trade was a salary dumper but comeon. We had a chance to get Brandon Roy or Randy Foye. Both players had an instant impact this year and we wouldnt have lost as many games as we did. We basicly dumped salary and got a 3rd string pg instead of a future all star guard for a long time.


Pray for number 1 or 2. Or you watch another losing season, not the second worst team in the league like last year but not sucessful

Bostonsportlova
04-21-2007, 01:12 PM
Also I dont think Durant and Big Al can score to their potental with Paul on the floor with them.

Riotmaker
04-21-2007, 01:38 PM
Just on the Lottery being fixed topic..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TgJE7C5wiU

Pretty strong evidence there.

ElectricEye
04-21-2007, 01:56 PM
I agree with you about Al, but I'm still just not sold on trading Paul. I agree that it will never be Doc's team with Paul around, but that's because he's been our franchise player. While it's probably to late to get Oden or Durrant and hope on Paul carrying us to a championship, he's still the difference in games. Trading him could be disastrous, and have us right back in the lottery next year.

Bostonsportlova
04-22-2007, 12:49 PM
I agree that trading Pierce could led us to the same postion this year (injury or Durant doesnt produce) but if we dont trade Pierce and get Durant we probably will make the playoffs but only as an 8 or 7. But to me that just isnt good enought, 8 or 7 seed is as good as a top ten pick in my mind. Also if we dont trade him, more problems will occur, it will stop the growth of big al not becoming the franchise player and Green or Durant will have to sit the bench. To me if we trading Pierce is the best option for the rest of the developing players.

I no you cant turn back time, but danny should has cleaned out the franchise and got draft picks, instead we are slowing trading older players and getting some picks.

briz5x
04-22-2007, 12:55 PM
we need Oden, nobody wins championships without a good big man at center. Look at Dallas they got a Durant clone in Dirk but they lost to Shaq Deisel. Greg Oden is this franchises only hope.

Bostonsportlova
05-01-2007, 04:23 PM
Anyone know when the lotery is? Anyone know when the draft is?

Bostonsportlova
05-01-2007, 04:26 PM
Never mind found it, just for everyone to see

May 22 NBA Draft Lottery
May 29 NBA Pre-Draft Camp begins
June 18 Deadline for early entrants to withdraw
June 28, 2007 NBA DRAFT !

ElectricEye
05-01-2007, 04:42 PM
Yeah, 21 days away from one of the biggest days in recent Celtics history.

alca1992
06-14-2007, 11:05 AM
as of right now who do you think they will pick

ElectricEye
06-14-2007, 11:22 AM
It's looking like Yi, but I'm hoping Wright slips a spot. Either way, it's probably a PF...which I have missed feelings about. That would mean Al would move to the 5. Which could be great, potentially.

alca1992
06-14-2007, 11:37 AM
It's looking like Yi, but I'm hoping Wright slips a spot. Either way, it's probably a PF...which I have missed feelings about. That would mean Al would move to the 5. Which could be great, potentially.

I dont want Al to play center. i either want Spencer Hawes or trade down to get a SG. Cause after Pierce we have nobody. so i wouldnt mind trading down for Javaris Crittenton or Nick Young. Plus has anybody heard about that rumerd trade that the bobcats trade #8 and #22 for #5. i really like this trade

Don Vito
06-14-2007, 03:31 PM
Yeah, 21 days away from one of the biggest days in recent Celtics history.

haha that is painfully funny

ElectricEye
06-14-2007, 09:52 PM
Optimism sucks.
But yeah, I have my questions about Al playing center, but if we start going small and running like I want us too, it could work out.
I'm not all that all that high on Hawes. But it is true we need a true center. I haven't thought about him all that much.

alca1992
06-29-2007, 01:29 PM
does anybody else agree that we should start a "Fire Ainge"

alca1992
06-29-2007, 01:57 PM
i just tought of something Allen Ray and Ray Allen are on the same team

ElectricEye
06-29-2007, 04:17 PM
I think Ainge should be fired. But not for this. As I said before, I'm sick of this patience crap. We've been patient forever. The NBA isn't going to give us anything. We've learned that. We gotta go take it for ourselves. Even if we don't make it all the way...let's face it. We probably aren't winning a championship anytime soon, even if we kept the pick. Yi isn't going to win us a title. The two players that could save our franchise went 1/2 in the draft. Ray Allen probably won't bring us a ring, but what were doing probably wouldn't either.
....and I'm happy we got rid of Wally. Sick of seeing his overpayed ass missing jumpshots.

Jay
07-01-2007, 06:32 AM
He made the Ray Allen deal for two reasons:

1. To get rid of Wally.
2. To save his job.

Ray Allen will help the Celtics get into the playoffs, and thus, he'll keep his job because it looks like progress. After sleeping on it for three days, I still hate the deal...

Bostonsportlova
07-01-2007, 08:32 PM
I hate this trade of Ray Allen. He is an old overpaid poor defensive shooter. All he can do is shot. We have enough shooters. They should have just drafted a big man like Yi or traded down to get your center Hawes. Another example of Danny srewing the C's

ElectricEye
07-01-2007, 08:35 PM
I still don't hate the trade. I don't like anything Danny Ainge does, but I didn't completely hate this.

Don Vito
07-30-2007, 01:54 PM
So it looks like we are getting Garnett for Big Al, Rondo, and Ratliff. I like Rondo and I love Big Al, but you gotta like out chances with Pierce, KG, and Allen.

alca1992
07-30-2007, 01:55 PM
So it looks like we are getting Garnett for Big Al, Rondo, and Ratliff. I like Rondo and I love Big Al, but you gotta like out chances with Pierce, KG, and Allen.

i do even if its for 1 year im still happy about it

alca1992
07-30-2007, 05:08 PM
i just heard on espn that eventually KG will be a celtic. im so excited im jumping up and down

PACKmanN
07-30-2007, 06:42 PM
dude I'm so pissed about this trade. We traded away our future. I really am upset with this KG trade.

Crazy_Chris
07-30-2007, 07:54 PM
Im still a little pissed that we traded KG to yall... But if you get my boy KG that ring he has long deserved ill be happy.

Don Vito
07-30-2007, 11:51 PM
Just found out Gerald is involved in this, sucks to see him and Big Al go. Never thought we would let these 2 great talents go so early in their careers.

PACKmanN
07-31-2007, 02:54 AM
Just found out Gerald is involved in this, sucks to see him and Big Al go. Never thought we would let these 2 great talents go so early in their careers.

I know, I pefer Al over KG anyday. He may not have the shooting range but the guy is the same guy KG is. We lost so much depth and the future.

alca1992
07-31-2007, 08:57 AM
I know, I pefer Al over KG anyday. He may not have the shooting range but the guy is the same guy KG is. We lost so much depth and the future.

are you serious????

luckyjackaubrey
07-31-2007, 09:46 AM
Once again the Celtics have screwed the pooch. KG will not win any titles here. Who is gonna play besides the aging big 3 ? FIVE guys plus 2 1st round picks ? Insane. They will be up there record wise in the pitiful east but those guys with no supporting cast will get torched by whoever they meet from the west in the playoffs and I would venture to bet that in the next 3 years that this group is together and relevant, you will have MAYBE one peak season of getting to finals and losing convincingly and two years of shattered dreams.

alca1992
08-08-2007, 01:00 PM
i just read on espn.com that celtics have called reggie miller who wants to rejoin in the nba. if we get him i will go insane

Turtlepower
08-08-2007, 01:02 PM
i just read on espn.com that celtics have called reggie miller who wants to rejoin in the nba. if we get him i will go insane

As a Knicks fan, Reggie Miller should stay in hell where he belongs.

Bostonsportlova
03-05-2008, 07:48 PM
this thread as died. what happend the c's are the only good team playing right now? well intill the sox get goin....


big game tonight. pistons celtics.

luckyjackaubrey
03-05-2008, 07:53 PM
Some sports just don't cross certain lines. I have not watched the celtics played regularly since the Bird, McHale, Parrish days and not once since Reggie Lewis died.

I will not join any bandwagon if things get hot, I still loyaly follow the Pats, the Sox and the Bruins, even the Revolution ( my kids are big into soccer and I get a little hyped myself come World Cup time) but as a 5 foot 8 white kid who could not jump the Shelbourn Falls phone book, basketball had little appeal after Larry stopped lacin' em up.

Thunder&Lightning
03-18-2008, 07:17 AM
what a game last night against the spurs. Gotta love the will to never give up.

Bostonsportlova
05-03-2008, 08:37 PM
Big game 7 tonight. Anything can happen in a game 7 kindof scaried

Bosanac01
05-03-2008, 08:51 PM
If hawks win, it will be the biggest upset in playoffs history.

proshoota25
05-03-2008, 11:51 PM
first the patriots, now the celtics? if they blow this tomorrow.... you have no idea how pissed i will be

proshoota25
05-04-2008, 03:04 PM
absolutely owned

Bosanac01
05-04-2008, 03:16 PM
absolutely owned

.............yes

Jay
05-05-2008, 10:24 AM
The Hawks are a bunch of up-and-comers. Their time will come. Great future there. I like them to do more in the next few years then the Cavs or Magic, that is for damn sure. Josh Johnson was simply unbelievable and Josh Smith can be a total stopper if he can stay focused. Al Horford is the type of guy you hate when he plays you, but respect the hell out of when the game is over. Give him another year in the league and he'll be putting up 17-10 every night (hell he's practically there now).

The Hawks gave the Celtics match-up fits because they were just so athletic and went to the hoop. I think they proved a lot, they just need to work on the confidence and take that next step and they will be fine...

Don Vito
05-05-2008, 02:55 PM
Yea the Hawks have to be one of the most talented teams in the NBA. They almost beat the Celtics, who most consider the league's best. Imagine what they will do if they get some experience under their belt and don't overhaul like the Celts did last offseason.

Bosanac01
05-05-2008, 08:32 PM
The hawks are the youngest team in the NBA, they dont have anyone thats 30 on the team. They need leadership and a good coach. They have a little leadership and a mediocre but improving coach. There is a lot of inconsistency with the team but they will get better as they play. They need to resign Josh Smith and Childress.

Nalej
05-05-2008, 08:41 PM
F- sportsmanship. F- the Hawks haha
Now... down with LeBron and the return of D. West!

Bostonsportlova
05-06-2008, 05:24 PM
Hawks Series
Hawks really surprised me how well they played and that it went into game 7. It tells the Hawks that they have a bright future and underachieved this year. Celtics dominated that game 7 and everyother home game. They need to win an away game to win the nba championship, they were lucky.

Cavs Series
Looking foward if they can stop LeBron. KG and Perk have to stop the big men Ilgauskas and Wallace down low to win the series. Rondo and West seem like an even matchup at the point. And Allen Pierce and co should keep up with Jones and Wally behond the three point line. Should be a good series.

Game 1 Tonight 8:00 TNT... Start out with a win please.

proshoota25
05-07-2008, 06:00 PM
great start to the series..... we still won when pierce and allen score a combined 4 points...... their stats will almost add up to lebrons so you can basically call game one a wash

Bostonsportlova
05-12-2008, 05:54 PM
One and Two were awesome...
Three on the other hand was awful...
Game four tonight.

ARE WE GOING TO WIN A GAME ON THE ROAD! jezz

Bostonsportlova
05-18-2008, 08:49 AM
Another game 7.
Another series when we dont win a road game.
Anything can happen in a game 7.

Nalej
05-18-2008, 09:53 AM
smh @ road problems... we better win by 34 again.

Bostonsportlova
05-19-2008, 06:09 PM
Bring on the Pistons

Nalej
05-28-2008, 11:56 PM
For the love of God... can we win a friggin series in less then 7 games

Don Vito
05-29-2008, 03:27 PM
We almost blew it last night, Rondo was playing like an idiot towards the end of the game as was Perk (although he played a solid game).

Bosanac01
05-29-2008, 03:32 PM
I think Boston will win it all. The big 3 deserve it.

Jay
06-08-2008, 07:37 PM
Game Two Coming Up!!

Bostonsportlova
06-09-2008, 07:09 PM
Celtics dominated that game, except for the last half of the 4th quarter. Although we won the game, the lakers gained a little momentum.

Jay
06-10-2008, 03:23 PM
We'll see. They will probably win tonight because they'll be jacked up at home. At least they better win tonight. If they don't, the series is over.

Don Vito
06-25-2008, 04:05 PM
Who you guys think we're gonna draft? I would like JJ Hickson out of NC St. or Bill Walker as a BPA if he's there.

Bigburt63
06-26-2008, 08:59 AM
i bet they either trade out of the first completely or draft an international big man to keep the luxary tax hit lower (they wont pay the international player right away)

Don Vito
06-27-2008, 03:24 PM
I'm pretty happy with the draft class, I'm a big Bill Walker fan and Giddens has a lot of potential. Don't know anything about the Turkish guy, though.

Nalej
04-12-2009, 05:15 PM
wtf of a sorry excuse of basketball did we just play today vs the Cavs?????????

I know we have injuries (Garnett) and LBJ was making EVERYTHING
but seriously.... down by 20 in the ***** first quarter???
I wanted to puke while watching that sorry excuse of a game

Bigburt63
04-12-2009, 06:57 PM
Nothing to gain or lose from this game. Just heal up for the playoffs

Nalej
04-13-2009, 11:51 PM
Sure but did we have to lose THAT bad