|Posted by shawn cassidy on March 26, 2012 at 11:00 AM|
CelticJay1 This was the Washington Bullets we played - not too much to get excited about. Can they figure out how to rebound, protect their defensive glass, play help defense in the halfcourt and crash the offensive boards before the postseason starts?
Those are the only real questions with the Celtics if they want to win a title. The experience & savvy is there.
The Celtics won a game they should of. They were down Ray, and Pietrus, and we found a gem tonight with Bradley. I'll take the good upside when I see it. Rondo, and Bradley the future, and the now.
freebird1963 I think if Sasha to more playing time he be more productive but once again with the big leads and all him and the two rooks get 3 @#!~$@#%@ minutes. Doc sucks using his bench and rooks. He needs to buy a Dummies for Coaches book.
I agree Doc doesn't use his bench wisely. Did okay last night though with the rotation, and having Bradley start was the difference in the game.
36eric7171 I'm just glad to hear that #28 is ok. Pietrus is a good defender and streaky 3-point shooter we need. Most of all, he is going to be ok. I said a prayer for you on Friday night big man. God is so great!
Glad to know he's okay. He's becoming a Celtic we love, and hopefully we keep him.
jasondmce1978 Rondo's total shot attempts never concern me. But he should NEVER have a goose-egg in FTA. And unfortunately that happens far too often. Of course Rondo is a pass-first point guard, but he's also a hell of a player when he's attacking the basket, which is why that stat is so concerning.
Rondo should be shooting free throws, but last nights game was weird. It just didn't call for Rondo to score. When Rondo need to at the end, he did.