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Posted by shawn cassidy on October 2, 2012 at 11:15 AM

 



Not all solutions can be found  in life's problems, doubts and fears. But  standing  together, may cancel out many  fears or doubts that some may have. Their will be times when listening to one another becomes the way of life, and searching for answers become easier. Faults of  the pass cannot be changed. But the future can never be judged,but united efforts may change everything.

 


United and bonded is one great feature. And a team like the Celtics understand bonding is a key ingredient in a championship run. They seem to be searching for 2008 magic. But it's more than re- hashing the past. It's simply about coming together. One goal, and one mind is needed to win again. 


Going on this trip starts a new era. The Big three era ended, so it's fitting that they go overseas again with Rondo as the leader.


"This is a regular training camp, except we'll be out of the country," said Rondo. "We want to continue our focus as far as getting better each day, working on sets, and just becoming as good of a team as we can in these seven days."

As for their downtime, the Celtics really don't know what to expect, but Rivers is gathering resources to plan field trips.

"It's funny, I've bought three or four books, I have magazines -- and I have not opened one yet," said Rivers. "But I figure I have 11 hours [on the plane] to brush up on it. Ask me that question when I land, and I'll give you all the information.

"I talked to a lot of people that have been to Turkey, a ton of people -- I was actually with two guys [Sunday] night that were there for a month last summer and they loved it. So we'll see."



This is a trip that guys talk about life, or they talk about who they are as people. This is good for a championship team. I don't think going over to Turkey will mean a title, but it's not a bad idea on the Celtics part. This is good for guys like Green, and Lee, and also for Bradley despite him not able to play. The Celtics are  all business right now. And every season has a different feel to it. But something seems so right about this season.

 



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5 Comments

Reply Franklinf
11:52 AM on October 2, 2012 
Something does seem so right.
Reply paul
12:27 PM on October 2, 2012 
Right. Except that Rondo claims that he's not the leader.

Criminy. I may tune out. I'm sick of this. Fine, Rondo, let's just have another season of Piece playing hero ball.
Reply Celticslifer
2:29 PM on October 2, 2012 
paul says...
Right. Except that Rondo claims that he's not the leader.

Criminy. I may tune out. I'm sick of this. Fine, Rondo, let's just have another season of Piece playing hero ball.

Its just to soon Paul. Rondos being modest.
Reply paul
3:27 PM on October 2, 2012 
Celticslifer says...
Its just to soon Paul. Rondos being modest.


I hope you are right. But I've been frustrated over what I see as the tension between Pierce and Rondo for two years now. I CAN'T TAKE IT ANYMORE! (runs around with hair on fire)
Reply jlil89
1:28 AM on October 3, 2012 
I wouldn't worry it. The way has been acting and his determination to lead this team shows he is ready to take us to new highs. He really was just being modest to respect his elders. After all, KG and PP help to mold this brilliant athlete we see before us.

Either way, he still needs Paul and KG, hell even Terry to have a sort of group leadership and hold everybody accountable and focused. I believe this to be a good thing, much better than Kobe's way of stating dominance of his team.