Well, THAT was intense

Adam Patterson patterson.adam at yahoo.com.au
Tue Apr 21 17:50:57 UTC 2009

The Yahoo and ESPN websites have good stats these days:

Big Baby

Kevin Garnett

Celtics team

So, for this month Big Baby is averaging 14.6 points per game, 5.1 rebounds per game and 0.9 blocks per game whereas KG's season averages are 15.8ppg, 8.5rpg and 1.2bpg respectively.  

--- gene kirkpatrick wrote:

Totally, indeed!  I returned to my "tape it, watch a movie and check the score later" routine.  I don't like yelling at our guys for each little miscue and the extended stress of a close game.  Plus, we won by my not watching it live.  I'm in hopes that we will play better defense on the road.  Can Gordon do that again?  I doubt it.  Wow, what a great game, but let's go for a few dull, grind it out defensive wins, eh?  Cheers, Gene

--- On Tue, 4/21/09, douglas342 at aol.com <douglas342 at aol.com> wrote:

From: douglas342 at aol.com <douglas342 at aol.com>
Subject: Well, THAT was intense
To: celtics at igtc.com
Date: Tuesday, April 21, 2009, 10:05 AM

What is it about these early-round series and this team?

Even though he is on the other team, it's fun seeing a guy like Gordon get into a zone; Ray did his own thing, which saved the game, maybe the series, and maybe the season.

Can anyone who's into such things post stats for our starting 4s?  How do Baby and KG stack up statistically?  (Statistically only, folks.)

When I was a kid, my father would buy me tickets to playoff games.  He quit going at some point - he said he was too old and simply couldn't take the pressure and excitement any more.  Now that I'm up there, I understand totally.

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