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Recap: Banner 18 is on hold

Posted by shawn cassidy on April 26, 2013 at 11:10 PM

What did we really expect? The Celtics season ended on one Sunday afternoon in January. The Celtics can't score the ball,and the loss of Rondo and his greatness shouldn't go unnoticed (more on that later). All you need to know about this game is that Celtics like I said can't score with this group of guys. They have guys who can score, but so many of our guys are streaky. The evidence? Pierce was 6-of-15 for 17 points. KG was 5-of-13 for 12 points.

The Celtics have problems everywhere, and some of the issues that have plagued the Celtics for years were more out there without Rondo. The Celtics have struggled in past years with scoring the ball, and the loss of Rondo shows that the Celtics cannot score. The Celtics have also gotten very small. No Wilcox, or Randolph tonight, and for most of the series. Could those two bigs help? Probably not, but at least try. Despite the size issue the Celtics out rebounded the Knicks 41-37 behind KG's 17 rebounds. I'll have more on this season, series, game in the coming hours, and in the morning.

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Reply C'slife
11:28 PM on April 26, 2013 
Lack of effort, lack of everything really. What the hell was that.
Reply paul
12:35 AM on April 27, 2013 
I figured they'd win tonight. But Pierce and KG just seem too tired.
Reply Celticslifer
12:47 AM on April 27, 2013 
paul says...
I figured they'd win tonight. But Pierce and KG just seem too tired.

Too old. KG looked actually okay. Pierce looked like Michal Finley in 2010 coming off the bench.
Reply paul
6:13 AM on April 27, 2013 
Too old and tired perhaps.
Reply GeeZeeCeltics
12:51 PM on April 27, 2013 
Smh. They broke mentally after going on yet another dry spell on offense. Only thing that can save the Celtics is if they catch fire on offense.