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My Celtics, My team. This is why I love you. No other team/ franchise can make me feel this way.
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Bo, if this is what you believe, you truly are a headcase. The defense in the first, was the whole teams fault. The rest of the game only came out the way it did,because of Rondo's play. Now Bo, don't get me wrong, I know its infuriating to watch Rajon play his "defense" but its RONDO, YOU DEAL WITH IT. He is the player that this team relies on most, and the one we need playing well if we want to have a shot to win it all. There is no need to hoist the blame for the loss solely on him? The fact that we were in the position we were at the end of the game is chiefly due to him. Also if you did in fact watch the video of the sequence(which you clearly didn't), you'll notice that Rajon does indeed trip over the Refs shoe, this action causes the bump, not him conciously trying to bump the ref.
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To Those of you who think Chris Paul is a great player I present tonights game against Memphis. No great player simply whines about a foul call in a 27 point game, and then whines throughout the rest of the clippers run. A run in which the refs seem to swallow their whistles and let all sorts of physical play occur. This include Reggie Evans fouling Z-Bo every 2nd trip down the court, and Griffin/Martin being able to block/ change every single Memphis drive/lay-up/tear-drop. BTW there were many of these types of shots, when you take about 15 hard, contested lay-ups in the NBA, as a team, you should have been fouled on at least 5-7 of them, Mamphis was fouled only once. So in this case definitely an immature, pandering and NBA endorsed play by the "Team Leader". Next, how the hell does this relate to Paul getting stabbed? Paul was stabbed in a nightlub,and not on the court. Also why are you so nonchalant in bringing up that point? Injuries are not to be messed with, nor of used carelessly. I would know.
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Rondo will stay Quest, he is the heart of the rebuilding effort. AS will Paul, he will finish his career out with us, if not out of loyalty, as much as Danny's Job security. The Celtics fans will likely destroy Danny and send him out of the state. Ray will not be traded, as he is a FA, and will need to be resigned; many teams (Miami in particular) will be anxious to get him, because he would complement their team so well. The destructive drives of Wade and Lebron could be passed out to ray, and then "Splash". Now as for Kevin, he either retires or stays a Celtic, and my money is on resigning with us. As Bill Russel told Kevin in the 08 Finals, "Your finally wearing the right colors." Kevin was meant to be a Celtic, and he embodies everything that being a Celtic is. That is why he will stay, he wants to make up for wasted years.
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Agreed, the refs were pretty egregious in this game, and are in most games. Part of the problem is that many refs have biases against and for certain teams. Another thing is that some refs just should retire, in particular ones like Joey Crawford and Dick Bavetta. These refs are getting to a point where they are starting to loose control of their mental acuity, and their fine motor and perception skills are on a steep downhill slide. Bavetta in particular is nearly as blind as a bat, and doesn't have echolocation to make up for it.
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Quest, you do know that the only reason the trade didn't go through was because Mayo refused to play in Boston, much less come off the bench, and wouldn't resign when Free agency sprung?
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Watching the video,and if you pay attention on the 2nd/3rd replay you'll see that the actual cause of the bump were the refs feet. In particular, Rondo took a step toward the bench (doc) and then got caught up in the refs feet. this there fore leads to a situation similar to when a player completes some play, and in euphoria air-punches or something of the like and accidentally hits a player. Rondo's ejection should be taken with a grain of salt. Also the issue is indeed that the ref had missed several calls, earlier in the fourth. And while I don't think that rondo should have slammed his hands together in the refs face, The ref was rather quick with the tech,and didn't realize the situation. In a playoff game with emotions high, and a team leading a comeback, the ref made the wrong decision. Also Claseless, if Rondo cost us this game, what about magic costing his team in the 82 finals,or lebron in last years?
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Apr 29, 2012