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KWAPT
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Tough night. I do have to say that seeing how close these guys are to each other & their coach is such a testament to Doc. He is the one constant that's been there through it all. He may not have the rings and accolades that some of the other NBA coaches have, but he certainly is one of the great ones in my eyes.
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So proud of this squad. Not enough room here to express it. I more so want to thank all the devoted readers of RedsArmy for your support, comments, feedback and everything else you do. Thanks folks.
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Yeah...saw that BS too.
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NBA Store has taken the shirts down off their site....CelticNation has spoken. Click the link again in the post and watch what you get now...
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Agreed. Bass did well last night on the boards too, but he & Pietrus both have struggled mightily in the postseason.
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Pietrus saved the game w/those offensive rebounds. Totally makes-up for all the dumb fouls, missed shots. It's odd because he's known for his shooting but has been contributing more-so on the boards. Quis' D on Wade in the closing minute was great too. And how's about The Reverend aka Keyonce? But obviously Rondo is the reason we won this game. His offensive explosion and masterful control of the pace enabled the C's to build that big lead, and got us over the top, w/the help of Ticket of course, after Paul fouled-out. 2-2 baby.
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Really? Sweet..thanks!
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Windhorst is a straight clown. That guy shouldn't even being covering the Heat. Just a straight CLOWN.
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Lots of pics from G3: push-ups, superfans and more. After the jump, GIFs, and my goodnight to the Heat... Pics via HoopChina & GIFs via HTT. Continue reading
Marquis Daniels the unsung hero. As Pietrus was a non-factor again, someone needed to provide some spark off the bench and Quis was that guy. Can't express how good it is to see him contribute after all he's been through. I also love how Ray has continued to rebound. 5 more for him tonight and a few big ones during Miami's 4th quarter run. Big props to all the fans at the Garden tonight. I was worried that folks would be discouraged after the OT loss, but not so. That building was freaking electric from tip-off til the end. Hope to be back there on Sunday to do it again.
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DOH. Good catch..my bad.
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Check-out some photos from last night's Game 1 loss. Top play GIFs after the jump... Nice gaffe by NBAtv in the Doc pic. Photos via Sina/HoopChina & GIFs via HTT Continue reading
Perfect headline. Doc has said that the "offensive lapses" have been the C's biggest issue all year. We simply aren't going to get away with 12, 24 or 36 mins of decent bball against Miami. Bass took too long to get going, as did Rajon. He had some flashes of offensive aggression, but there were times when he kicked the ball out instead of driving. And someone from that bench has to chip-in. Pietrus got his 1st point (a free-throw) near the end of the 3rd and only took 1 FG all game. That won't cut it. The defense looked solid for the 1st half, but again, have to play 48 mins. The Heat dropped 26 on us in the 3rd as our D disappeared. This game was definitely winnable. I know everyone will say "what about the bad calls?", but they do not justify scoring 11 pts in 1 quarter and 15 in another. I'm more frustrated at the fact that this was a game the C's could've stolen if they'd executed. Oh well-have to adjust, and look to play better in Game 2. A wasted 23 & 10 for KG tonight. Man he played well. And I know Ray missed the most FT's since 2006, but you cannot deny that his defense (yes-defense), hustle and rebounding were on-point tonight. The guy's working hard and making an effort despite being in pain.
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My pleasure-glad you enjoy them. Not sure if you saw the GIF John posted of KG last night. Nothing beats that look. Pure evil: http://www.redsarmy.com/.a/6a01156f2c3287970c0168ebd40866970c-popup
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Enjoy some pics from last night's triumphant Game 7 win over Philly. Top play GIFs after the jump... Thanks to Joe Giza for KG pic Pics via Sina GIFs via HTT Continue reading
Crowd collectively sh*t itself when Paul fouled-out. He was getting pounded all night and got 0 calls from those 3 bum-ass refs. I looked to my companion and said: "Either KG, Rondo or Ray steps-up or we're screwed." Just amazing to be in that building tonight when Rondo took-over. He just blew the roof off that place. Even though the stat sheet won't say it, Pietrus' energy tonight was important as hell. But 7 bench points ain't gonna cut it. Someone will need to step-up against the Heat. We live on to play another series!!! Ubuntu.
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Thanks sir.
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My pleasure! Glad you enjoyed it.
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On Saturday night, the Boston Celtics will have one last shot at eliminating the Sixers. One last shot at moving on to the Eastern Conference Finals, and a chance to exact revenge on Miami. One last shot for the Big... Continue reading
I'm with you. White t-shirts are straight lame. They're cheaper to make-period. And those little hand towels suck too. Green shirts are the b*lls. I hope to see them on Saturday night.
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*3-10 on the road
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I can only speak for myself, but I'm not surprised they lost. The Big 3 is now I believe 3-10 in close-outs. I think folks are more surprised by the manor in which they lost. They were vastly outplayed by an inferior team-mentally and talent wise.
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The loss, the stats, all troubling. But by far the most troubling to me was the overall attitude and body language of this squad tonight. I literally did not recognize any of them but for their uniforms and faces. I will stay behind this team and support them, but nights like this make it tough to do so.
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I hate to use the word "should" but we should be able to beat Philly w/out Bradley. It's best to rest him now, as if we make the ECF, we will really need him either way. Indy and Miami obviously both have athletic perimeter players. I truly appreciate Bradley's guts and effort all year-he's a tough kid that has played through alot of pain, and never complained. Not one bit. Get well soon kid.
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Fantastic observation. I really like these game-action GIFs and I'm very grateful to the guy that puts them together for me...
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