The Good – Rondo came up with his best stretch of the playoffs so far right after Pierce fouled out with 4 minutes to go. It looked like the offense might have to go through just KG, but Rondo took over the scoring responsibilities by getting 9 points in those final 4 minutes. He hit [...]
Back in 1981, Larry Bird still didn’t have the first name “legend” and Julius Erving was on top of his game. The Celtics started the series down 3-1, basically a death sentence in the NBA playoffs. But Bird brought the team back from the dead, and led the Celtics to a Conference Finals win, and [...]
The Good – As much as people might feel the tendency to jump off the bandwagon after this game, they shouldn’t. The Celtics have a horrible record of 2-11 when trying to closeout away from home in the Big 3 era. This game was actually predicted to be a loss by a lot of analysts [...]
The Good – Brandon Bass had by far his best game as a Celtic, as he scored 27 points on 9-13 shooting. He was the biggest reason for the Celtics winning Game 5 as he single-handedly outscored the Sixers in the 3rd quarter with 18 points. He has become a big part of the Celtics [...]
I know that Ray is suffering from bad bone spurs in his ankle, Pierce is chasing around Igoudala with a strained MCL that must be more painful than I can imagine, and Bradley’s shoulder has been dislocated so much that its basically an exception now when it doesn’t pop out during a game. And all [...]
On Monday the Celtics lost home-court advantage to the Sixers by playing one of their ugliest games of the year (the 2nd and 3rd quarters were as bad a viewable experience as watching Shaq doing his analysis on TNT). But the good thing about a playoff series is that its momentum can change after a [...]
The Good – It seems that Michael Pietrus and Ray Allen came out of their shooting slumps as they were each able to hit 2 3-pointers. The Celtics will need them to continue to shoot well if KG continues to get double and triple teamed.
The Bad – The refs were good most of the [...]
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