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The bleeding has to stop at some point... right?!!? Right?!?!?!? Right?!?!?!?!?
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So will the ESPN guys let you into the RV? Because if they do... Go into the bathroom and get yourself filmed reading the 2008 Globe paper from when the Celtics won the championship. See if you can get anyone else to help-- this extra can knock on the door and say, "What the hell?!?!? Have you been in here since June 2008???!?!?" Or have them knock on the door and ask, "Ummmm... Is everything okay?" You reply, "Yeah, why?? Just reading today's paper." Other guy, "Dude, that was 1.5 years ago." You, "Oh..."
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Also, the incident occurred after LBJ took the ball to the hoop, got fouled, roamed to the other side of the floor, and did a little jig for about 12 seconds... Mo Williams, Shaq, and LBJ are the 3 that deserved to get b*tch slapped the most. The young core of ATL used to piss me off more than anything, but they've grown a lot and now Cleveland gets to hole the award for the most hated team in the world.
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But the kicker is that LBJ and his little followers on the bench have been doing this for years. LBJ thinks he's the sh*t. His teammates think they're invincible because they have LBJ on their team. I think Joakim Noah is ugly. I hate him because he does all of the right things and he is the kind of player I would love to have on my team... but because he's not on my team, I hate him because he does things to beat us. But I respect that the fact that he didn't take sh*t from LBJ. Joakim was pissed about losing and didn't want to take the charades that is the Cavs. Good for Joakim.
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How about our boy KG right up in KD's face in the 2nd quarter? Read about it this morning and then found a clip. AWESOME. Some key things: our defense was relentless tonight. Our rotations were quick, but more importantly, there was just lots of defensive intensity. We didn’t take too many plays off. We ran the floor really well tonight: we had our fast break points but also got back on transition defense so well. Finally, our bigs just dominated theirs. Simple as that. Our bigs are stronger, quicker, and spread the floor much more effectively. 4-0 road trip. A great early stocking stuffer.
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I hope Rondo "cuts up" everyone in the Eastern Conference. Shaq? SLASHED! Lebron? SLASHED! Dwight? SLASHED! Vince? SLASHED! (Kobe's peepee? SLASHED!)
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Everyone looks, dare I say... happy? And more than that, in shape. As long as we are healthy, we are the best team in the East. No question about it. We had the best starting 5 last year, and those 5 are in tact this time around. There are NO chemistry issues. To add that, we still have a sharp-shooting undersized off guard from the bench, we added a swingman that can slash and play defense, and more importantly, we added a capable starter who can play PF/center to our bench. Besides San Antonio, we made the best off-season changes. We are ready to take mother f*ckin names.
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Celtics.com has some good interviews from today: http://www.nba.com/celtics/news/blog/postups-notebook-2009-10.html
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