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Darling, you misunderstood me, I wrote Doc said that Rondo was waiting for the team to get in place, as in his defense, but I also wrote as the answer to the question is it Rondo's or Doc's fault, neither. Next time read more carefully, please, I would appreciate it.
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As I recall, that slowing down was waiting for others to get in their positions, I think Doc actually said that. So neither. And for this peace, I do believe he'll mature, why wouldn't he? He's aware of his actions, and he's intelligent enough to correct his mistakes.
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He wants to play in New York, and he will. If not this season then surely next one. Melo got what he want, and all they need now is to get cp3 there too. That will happen, I believe, and having him for this season only, well... I still don't think he's better then Rondo, and I do not understand this fascination with this guy.I really do believe that Rondo on a bad team would be just as great. Call me crazy.
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this start to look more like get rid of Rondo, then get Paul.
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This all will come out wrong. Do you people think that some superstar, any superstar will come to Boston after seeing what treatment our beloved PG is getting here? A guy that leaves it all out? Ok he had some off days, but don't we all?! This is all wrong. We won't get a superstar player, but the worse thing is that the player we have, this great player with this unique skill set and probably out of his time, might not be very into playing his heart out for this team, because, as most of you are saying( but I would say copying the same wrong idea), he's not welcomed. I really don't like where all of this is going, and only one person will get out of this clean, and that's Rondo.
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Seriously?! I just can't believe what all of you are writing. Just unbelievable. No brainer?! Seriously?!!! For Doc's system Rondo is a fit, not Chris Paul, and who said that Dwight doesn't want to play with Rondo? I might be wrong, but you surely are.
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He got extended summer, recovered his body and had enough time for himself and his family. Sure he's enjoying it. Lockout is out of his hands, so I don't see why he should be miserable just for us to feel a bit better about it. He is enjoying his life, and we should enjoy ours, nothing wrong with that. Basketball should be our pleasure, but the lack of it shouldn't demolish us, cause I'm sure every one of us, including players and owners, have at least one other thing in our life more important than it. I'm actually pleased with his honesty.
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I like it too. It's funny, even with that little vomit included.
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Maybe somewhere in this story lies a reason why he was traded. Who knows? This is just a joke, I have no idea what's happening, but I'm sure I don't like it.
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Actually, that makes perfect sense. But I wouldn't be that gentle picking just one from each conference, I would pick one from each division. It may be cruel, but it's not about quantity of teams and games played.
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You're right, we are not post-Lebron Cleveland Cavaliers, but also we are not the '05 Celtics, so we(fans) shouldn't judge Wyc for something said 6 years ago. I really dislike that Yahoo guy, his angle of perception is somehow limited to me. I don't have same points of view now like I did 6 years ago, I'm sure Mr Wojnarowski doesn't have some of his points of view same as 6 years ago, so why presuming that something Wyc said 6 years ago is still believed to be truth? I'm not saying it's not, just it's more logical that under different circumstances opinions do change. Until Wyc confirms he stands the same, I don't see why would we even worry about it that much.
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Sclerotic old man, he should know when he was done, and that is for a while now. Since he is not aware of himself, there should be a law, at what age you have to retire, not as a choice, but a must do. I have nothing against old people, but everyone should be aware of their own limitations. I don't understand league system in USA bball, honestly I'm not even trying to, but it looks like monopoly and authoritarianism, if it's the right word, and a very bad thing in that kind of system is having an idiot in charge. I believed he should be the link in between, not taking sides, silly me. Is he commissioner for life?! I'm starting to worry he'll live long enough to destroy the league entirely ("I am, and no one after me"). This makes me sad.
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This put a smile on my face. Thank you :)
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Well, that was in '05, we sucked then. I'm not so sure about that now. We shouldn't crucified him for something he said in '05.
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I like it very much:) It's sad that these vids are only what I'm enjoying right now.
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Well, I do think there's too much off court time during the games. I love the game, but pauses are too long. One game from start to the end last over 2 1/2 hours, and there's only 48 mins of real action, assuming it's a clean game.
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we need a good post player not another shooter
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Darling, if the trade didn't happened I'm not sure Paul would get through season, and if there's going to be a hole in starting lineup, then I'd prefer the one at center, then the one at SF. But you missed my point, so let me repeat it WHO CARES NOW?!!!
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And that Herald story, about CBA, has a really stupid part about trading Rondo & Jeff. People, that ain't happening.
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It is the story now, because they make it sounds like Danny wanted to get rid of Perk no matter what, and I don't believe that's the case. We really needed a wing, and maybe Danny wanted Jeff from the start, but didn't ask cause he's the player they got from us. Who knows, but more importantly, who cares?! If you ask me, that was a good trade, and I do not care what should've or should have not be. Time will tell, but one things for sure: It can't be undone, so I can't understand why obsessing over and over and over and over...
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Danny is the guy who stayed with Rondo when no one believed in him, so I'm not going to underestimate his believing in Green, just because I would like Perk's still with this team.
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Rondo looks relieved on this video. I think this was really tough season on him. Now he has a long summer to recover from all of his maladies, and next year we'll have a special kind of Rondo. He is a tough SOB, as you may call him, but I'm not sure we know even a half of the story. And all the stories of trading him that I've read today were just foolish.
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So refs got their fingers in every game except the one we actually won?! Intentional or not, they blew it,or didn't, depending on a moment. This eats me alive, knowing that C's could actually win those games even with crappy playing. Maybe they wouldn't, but still... Eh, now will never know. Anyway, now it's time to make a wish, 'cause miracle might be bored.
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It's hard for me to get any satisfaction when we don't know where we stand yet. Yes, we won game 3, so it will not be something like this, but it will feel the same if our C's don't do what they are capable of, and dismiss Heat. Still you've got to be a bit nostalgic, cause Lakers are team we want to beat in finals, and we know now that wont happen. And about that Bynum move, just classless. This shouldn't be a league of "I'm going down, but some of you I'm taking with me". If you can't play like a man, the least you can do is lose like a one.
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