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Yeah, got the thick skin. Just don't bother to use it on internet thuggery. Thanks, it's a great hat! You should get one, too. Might distract from your personality.
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I couldn't envy your life less. You actually sit around spending your time thinking about how to be a catty bitch about other teams and their fans. Yikes. Great run by the 2012 Celtics. Proud of our guys.
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Don't even want to think about the 2010 Finals. Love the Celtic Pride in the arena. The "Let's Go Celtics!" chant gave me heart. Let's get game seven. We can do this, guys. KG was already focusing himself for this.
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Amen. This game was a disgusting display by the refs in the end. Whenever the Heat do something ordinary, Breen hits nirvana and raves. Whenever the Celtics do something extraordinary, it's just commentary by him and played off like nothing happened. Cannot stand it.
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And call us fans lucky to get to witness him while he's still asserting dominance on the court. Awesome win, can't wait for Friday with Rondo back on the court.
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Imagining having Doc and KG in my ear after that, I imagine Southwest could make a pretty effective "Want to get away?" ad starring Rondo about right now. Understand Rondo letting his frustration get the best of him, but unhappy about it nonetheless. I can always play the "Rondo was right, that was a horrible call!" card, but the chest bump shouldn't have happened. It was a playoff game and emotions are bound to run high. I hope the league sees that. But considering that the two game suspension for him earlier this season was egregious already, I'm not going to rule out a harsh penalty for Rondo.
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Have the feeling we aren't getting Austin Rivers. Oh well, with Bradley exploding I'm okay with it.
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It'll feel like a home game anyway if for some freaky reason there's a game 7.
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That game was SO bad, for a while I wanted to watch a hockey game for a game with high scoring.
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That game was SO bad, I actually got excited when we cut the lead down to 11-2 over halfway through the first quarter.
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This makes me think about the Match Game when Gene Rayburn would say something along the lines of, "That game was so bad..." and the audience would shout, "How bad was it?!" "It was SO bad that despite canceling plans with friends last night to watch it, I STILL considered switching to Dancing With the Stars to see some grace on parquet."
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I don't think I'd go as far as to refer to his elbow as a deadly weapon, but if I'm checking out at Stop and Shop and elbow the bag boy in the ear, I'm probably getting walked out in cuffs.
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Seeing how the Hawks dealt with our bench, I think there isn't a shadow of a doubt that our rested starters are more important than HCA. We aren't getting HCA in the second round or ECF, so why risk an injury to The Truth or KG? I was expecting to just experience watching the bench play for probably the only time I'll get to see all season and grit my teeth, but instead I was delighted to see our guys fight and prove that they deserve minutes. We brought the lead down to one point on six different occasions (I believe) and just couldn't quite convert. Put in any of the big four and this was a W.
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Definitely love watching the games on TV and seeing people on camera and feeling like I know the fans. Enjoyable as always.
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I'll watch it out of morbid curiosity to see our guys at the end of the bench for one of the few times for the season. Won't exactly be hanging on for a win, though.
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Loved the Truth putting the dagger right into Baby's face. On the other hand, I'll never lose a soft spot for Baby's shoving the kid down in Orlando after hitting the game winner back in 2009. I can't help but think about it every time we play him while we're playing the Magic.
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Had a friend ask me if I was afraid of the Knicks in the playoffs. I don't like the Bulls and hate the Heat, but I'm going to enjoy watching the Knicks get curb stomped in the first round.
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I hate losing to New York. Absolutely hate it. But considering that ridiculous second quarter where seemingly everything from beyond the arc went in (like JR Smith's last second long one), a single digit loss isn't exactly soul crushing in the scheme of things. Especially considering the hard foul (which wasn't called as Rondo was writhing in pain on the floor) that basically took one of our best players out of the game. Big props to Pierce getting so many points after reinjuring himself in the first q. Agreed, Melo is such a punk. Cannot stand him.
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The officiating was so putrid even my non Celtic fan friends were texting me about how bad and lopsided it was. Very clear to anyone that one of the refs was on the take.
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The officiating was such garbage it made me want to pull my hair out. That said, great win. I loved seeing the fight out of our guys. On a side note, did anyone catch Rondo shoving the camera out of Bass's face when he was on the ground in OT? Very great moment... almost made me think he may yet make a good captain.
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The Heat have got to fear us in a possible second round matchup than an ECF matchup against the Bulls.
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Glad it evened out... as I said, not game changing... but down the stretch it felt like the Heat got away with some stuff. Pierce's drawing a foul against James towards the beginning of the game wasn't a great call, either. Recency just stuck in my mind. Makes it so much sweeter that even with some opportunities for the Heat in the final Q that the C's kept the pedal to the floor and put the Heat to bed. I'd think that the Heat would fear a Boston matchup in the second round more than an ECF against the Bulls.
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Maybe they need more ads telling their fans to stick with them? Was I the only one who loved watching Ray coach Avery and Stiemer on the bench?
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It certainly wasn't game changing, but I found myself rolling my eyes a lot more than usual.
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