Lottery be damned, I'll take a win like that
Way Of The Ray
wayoftheray at yahoo.com
Sun Nov 10 17:54:14 UTC 2013
I predict the Heat will take the games a bit more serious
after that debacle for them.
I just can't embrace mediocrity, and I don't think Ainge wants it either,
so I'm happy the tradeables: Bass/Bradley/Green are playing well these
days and the formerly untradeables: Crawford and Lee are resurrecting
I expect Ainge to stay the Lottery path course: He wants Parker. So,
there's going to be lots of player movement upcoming.
But, a very fine coaching oeuvre by Stevens. He's a good one for sure,
and seems to get the best out of his players, once they are correctly used
at the right positions, i.e. Bradley = SG; Crawford = PG; Pressey = Backup PG...
and so on.
On Saturday, November 9, 2013 10:33 PM, Peter Delevett <pdelevett at yahoo.com> wrote:
As ESPN's Heat columnist just wrote: "Boston played on the second night of a back-to-back ... against the two-time defending champs ... in their building. And beat 'em."
And how in the name of Dwayne Schintzius did we manage to out-rebound the Heat by 8? While shooting 51 percent? Heat players should refund the fans their tickets.
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