The Celtics Just Out-Tanked The Bucks
noah.evans at gmail.com
Sat Nov 2 21:19:37 UTC 2013
I really don't mind this year's team. Although we blew the second half of
the game, we showed the potential to play a nice unselfish style of
basketball in the first half. I really like how the C's swing the ball
around and are quick to pass (Wallace seems to be great at that, Olynyk
showed the same ability in the pre-season) to cutters.
We don't have superstar talent (although Vitor has been a wonderful
surprise) until Rondo gets back but we're doing the best with what we have.
We seem well coached. My only worry is that Rondo may over-handle the ball
when he gets back.
We won't win a lot, but I'm enjoying the season already.
On Sat, Nov 2, 2013 at 8:24 PM, Bob Beach <rrbeach at windstream.net> wrote:
> Assuming that is true it makes watching and being interested in the NBA a
> large time waster. I may be old school but I can’t see why I should have
> any motivation to tune in my favorite team on a regular basis only to know
> they are deliberately playing to lose as many games as they can? I can’t
> think of too many things that would be a bigger waste of time than watching
> that. As I said, if I ever get the impression the Celtics are doing that I
> am done with them. If the NBA is as you describe in your post it would be
> a good thing to be done with it as well.
> Bob Beach
> Man is never too old to learn.
> Man only becomes too old when the process of learning stops.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: guiseppemiguel at gmail.com
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> If tanking is the best move for the long-term success of the franchise, of
> course it's the smart move. Moaning that they should scrap and claw to win
> games only to hurt the team long term is just sanctimonious drivel (sorry
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