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Celtics Morning Joe:KG needs to conserve his nuclear energy

Posted by shawn cassidy on August 16, 2012 at 6:00 AM




Nuclear bombs, an unclear sky on the horizon. Crying mothers asking for help. Lifeless bodies, and endless terrier. Souls rioting on the street. Wining babies wanting to eat. All are scared, and are ready for help. Is that the kind of terrier that KG leashes on the NBA? Celtics owner said this about KG. 


"The funny thing about KG is that there’s really no story because there’s a 24/7, a continuous loop. You couldn’t even break it up into stories. You’ll be on the team plane at 3 or 4 in the morning and you’ll hear this noise, nonstop talking and it’s KG, from the moment you take off to the moment you land. Whatever hour of the day, he’s talking to rookies, he’s telling stories, he’s just nonstop. Tere’s some sort of nuclear reactor inside him that never quits."


Now is the time to unleash what is long overdue. A KG nuclear bomb. But the Celtics must conserve his energy. It becomes more crucial as KG gets older,and older. Every single player has a key role on the Celtics.The Celtics need KG close to 100% by playoff time, and they need him rested. It's been something we've followed every season. Even in year one when the Celtics won banner 17. KG's minutes dropped dramatically in 2008 when he joined the Celtics. But it was well worth it. KG must conserve, but he still needs to unleash his nuclear power during the season.


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3 Comments

Reply paul
9:43 AM on August 16, 2012 
Gang of Bigs. That's the answer, I think. KG can't carry the load by himself.

Regarding this "nuclear" metaphor: it is truly staggering. Thankyou for pointing that out, Shawn. I think that's what you were doing. In the midst of Fukushima bathing the Northern Hemisphere with radiation, crumbling nuclear power plants everywhere, and the increasing threat of nuclear war between the US and Russia/China over the Nato assault on Syria, the use of this metaphor by Wyc is just staggering. I can't think of another word. Horrifying. Fantastically demented. Staggering. Just staggering.
Reply Shawn Cassidy
10:26 AM on August 16, 2012 
Yeah u read me like a book. I don't think he meant anything by it. But their is a lot going on about nuclear power and such. And I tried to speak about the despair.
Reply paul
10:35 AM on August 16, 2012 
Shawn Cassidy says...
Yeah u read me like a book. I don't think he meant anything by it. But their is a lot going on about nuclear power and such. And I tried to speak about the despair.


The things people say casually can be the most telling, though, like freudian slips. Good catch, Shawn!