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Celtics Morning Joe: Johnson no time, and expectations low on new big

Posted by shawn cassidy on March 22, 2012 at 7:30 AM


Searching for the mystery as you view this script inscription. Many are the ways to interpret for, the meanings are much a colossal amount of engrained pathways instinctual within. The neural network of the individual's mind locking on. The success of achievements surmounts with the yearning of young Johnson to get playing time off the bench. Doc is known for benching young players, but with Ryan Hollins coming soon Johnosn will continue to sit on the bench.



Doc seems to be  channeling now, with beliefs becoming  less meaningful. Now beginning are the answers with procedures. Like a manual outputting the various methods for the blazing of light. Johnson will have to wait until next season to get any time.




Cup of Joe 2:  Expectations low on new big


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Last year, Murphy had virtually no impact on Boston's season. After all the hubbub about where he'd land, Murphy proved to be underwhelming in 17 regular-season appearances (2.6 points, 2.2 rebounds over 10.5 minutes per game) and played a whopping three minutes in one postseason appearance. There's the very real chance that Turiaf -- and many of the other big men that swapped teams -- will have a similar impact with their new squads.


I think the big the Celtics sign won't impact the C's in anyway we think it will happen. He will be here to take fouls, and rebound the basketball. The most important thing will be to give KG,and Bass rest.


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