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Always good to have the squad healthy and ready to go, but we need to continue to find blow for JJJ. His growth potential is too much to ignore and the more time he gets the faster he will progress. Maybe even play him at the 3 with KG/JO at the 5 and Bass at the 4? Five to ten meaningful minutes are much more educational than 10-15 of garbage time so hopefully they can work him in.
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If the Celtics want to be taken seriously and put a hint of fear in the competition, they cannot lose these kinds of games. We need some sort of consistency otherwise we will end up asking too much from the starters. This team needs Rondo back. His experience would have changed the end of that game and that play in particular.
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I'd like to see Rondo and Avery playing together; the tempo would be through the roof. They would feed off eachother on D and with Rondo pushing the pace and Avery filling the lanes THE BOYS WILL BE RUNNING. Obviously the size mismatch would come in to play, but I think they are both good enough defenders to kill it together.
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Could not agree more about Stiemsma- when he goes for a rebound his overall expression is "I have no right to this ball" and he goes up thin and soft. I have never understood a quality shotblocker being weak on the glass. GO AFTER THE BALL; THAT IS YOUR JOB. He needs to get mean.
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The bench needs to be on the break and set up half court offense as little as possible. Dooling is the new model of Eddie House; he cannot create his own shot, he cannot create a shot for anybody else, but he can rain 3s relentlessly when he does not have to generate the shot. When they set up in half court, Dooling makes terrible decisions and there is not one person that can penetrate to create any sort of confusion for the opposing D. Quis is not a good 1 on 1 offensive player, and Bass is the only one off the bench that has a shot at beating his defender 1 on 1. If there is no flow, and the shotclock is consistently getting under 10 seconds before they can get a good look, it gets too sloppy resulting in a bad shot or a turnover. They will be a much more effective bunch if they can find more of their offense in transition.
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There has to be a system to keep these idiots in check. They are in too much control and act like they are the damn police. There is NO consistency to any of their calls from personals to flagrants to technicals. Brandon Bass gets hugged when he is by himself under the hoop and we get the ball side out? It's almost like they need every call to booth review. If Lebron got fould like Bass did last night it would have been an immediate flagrant. They have too much influence on the flow, consistency, and outcome of every game and it is a big part of the reason the NBA is losing fans.
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JaJuan is going to be a good player. As to his effectiveness this year, he will need PT and there will be tired legs giving him that opportunity. If he plays with confidence, stays inside his element, and avoids playing "soft" he will make a positive difference. He should be able to bother other PFs on D with his length and athleticism and if he shows he can rebound with the men, he will be one hell of a fit for this team now and going forward.
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Why does this exist? Like Jason said, moving on. Who knows what idiots they collected this data from. That being said, I would like to see that list generated by the soldiers of RedsArmy.
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That is possible, but you have to recognize that there is not a single player in the NBA that works harder on conditioning that Ray.
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Dec 21, 2011