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Celtics Morning Joe: What to say anymore

Posted by shawn cassidy on December 30, 2012 at 6:15 AM



Just like the smell of the rain. Most can tell when it’s about to pour. And some can sense the pain that another has had to endure. I can sense your loneliness, and heartache out there.

Without looking into your eyes. The voice is never needed. The Celtics have  hidden behind a facade.  Pretending it will all go away, and the team will turnaround  the season is a front of some kind. Giving everything a reason, or an excuse has been the mantra. 

For the way things run each day I find myself never satisfied with what this team is. The Celtics have been making excuses for where they  are now.


The old year will soon be  departed. Away with bitter disappointments we all hope.Whose rejuvenation will be unleashed in the new year for the Celtics? The arrival of the new year will bring hope? And not to disappoint?

With dreams unrealized. With dreams realized yet to the fullest. We hope for   positive results. Banner 18 seems further away, and a new year is hopefully some kind of sign that will start a fire in the hearts of Celtic pride.




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3 Comments

Reply paul
7:20 AM on December 30, 2012 
Good piece. This team has totally collapsed under the weight of expectations, and the lack of solidity behind what you rightly call the front. Now what, if anything, who, if anyone, will rise from the ashes? And if Danny makes some big moves, what will be left when the dust clears?
Reply Franklin
12:44 PM on December 30, 2012 
I agree nice post. All of us. Thought the Celtics had too much talent to fall this way. It goes to show that chemistry is key. The Celtics didn't have the talent last season, but chemistry and heart was big for the Celtics.
Reply paul
5:48 PM on December 30, 2012 
Franklin says...
I agree nice post. All of us. Thought the Celtics had too much talent to fall this way. It goes to show that chemistry is key. The Celtics didn't have the talent last season, but chemistry and heart was big for the Celtics.



We all worried when folks like Steimsma and Pietrus weren't resigned, and Dooling retired. Turns out we were right to worry.