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The two shots that got away

Posted by shawn cassidy on January 19, 2013 at 2:15 AM

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Two awkward jumpers that did the Celtics in, and those jumpers shouldn't have transpired. If this was your fist game watched during this season, or you woke up from a coma, and this was the first clip you saw. You would have thought the Bulls won a playoff series after they won this game.

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Reply paul
5:58 AM on January 19, 2013 
The Bull deserved to win this game, because they played hard all game, and the Cs didn't, with the exception of Sully, Lee and Rondo. That said, the Cs came back nobly. This was the definition of a moral victory. But the next few games will show us what it really means.
Reply Franklin
11:36 AM on January 19, 2013 
paul says...
The Bull deserved to by Browse to Save"win this game, because they played hard all game, and the Cs didn't, with the exception of Sully, Lee and Rondo. That said, the Cs came back nobly. This was the definition of a moral victory. But the next few games will show us what it really means.



The next games could mean a few things. If this Celtics drop below .500 again. You can count on them being the 6th-8th seed in the East. And that to me means bye in the first round, or at best the second. If the Celtics stage a comeback, and get at least home court in the first round than okay. Maybe this team can work some magic, but who's tired of that?
Reply paul
12:57 PM on January 19, 2013 
Franklin says...
The next games could mean a few things. If this Celtics drop below .500 again. You can count on them being the 6th-8th seed in the East. And that to me means bye in the first round, or at best the second. If the Celtics stage a comeback, and get at least home court in the first round than okay. Maybe this team can work some magic, but who's tired of that?


It seemed like in 2010, a myth was created that homecourt advantage, and regular season record, didn't matter
Reply Celticslifer
4:24 PM on January 19, 2013 
paul says...
It seemed like in 2010, a myth was created that homecourt advantage, and regular season record, didn't matter



That's so true, but it has mattered, and last season when the Celtics lost in game seven on the road it mattered a lot. c