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Re: Obie lovers, just go away and die; Carroll just tied him
That reminds me of something that annoys me. Does anyone else wish that FSNE
would play the entire post game press conference. They always jump in, let
us hear an answer to one question, and then jump back to the studio. Do tey
really think we'd rather hear Felger and Dickinson talk than hear the
coaches press conference? It's getting really annoying. These guys have to
realize that they are not the show. The coaches and the players are and they
are the ones we want to hear.
P.S. - FSNE also has to realize that with the C's playing uptempo now, they
can't focus the camera on opposing players for 3-5 seconds after a made
basket. You used to be able to do this because the C's were using the full 8
seconds to bring the ball across halfcourt. Not anymore. It seems like we
miss about 5 plays a night because the camera follows an opposing player all
the way back up the court after he made a basket.
From: lapdoggy <lapdoggy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Obie lovers, just go away and die; Carroll just tied him
Date: Sun, 7 Mar 2004 20:32:15 -0800
On Sunday, March 7, 2004, at 08:01 PM, Celtic4Hire@xxxxxxx wrote:
I have previously called Carroll Son of Obie. Boy, was I wrong. The only
thing that Carroll has in common with Obie is that they both have had a
winning streak this year.
The thing about Carroll you have to love, besides his ability to think on
his feet, is that he tells it like it is. I enjoy his post game interview's
very much, nothing like Obie. The Celtics might be falling for this guy.
Not to get ahead of myself, but a win in NY means they face the Lakers,
without Kobe, on a 6 game win streak. That scenario would surely get some
of the Ainge bashers squirming.
With the way Detroit and Dallas have been playing lately the Dallas pick
could very well come prior to Detroit's. It would be interesting if those
two picks ended up being back to back.
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