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Wasn't sure where to put this. But thought you might get a kick out of this.
That's a really neat picture - thanks for posting it! I assume they were playing in an all star game together or something? I believe they both graduated from high school in '95.
Cheering for Boston vs Miami right now. [bostonceltics]
Bulls got robbed Boston lost.
Yeah, that was a tough one, but with Garnett not playing, it's not quite as bad. Jeff Green was phenomenal though with 43 points. He could be a huge weapon against the Heat in the playoffs.
I was truly pulling for the Celtics tonight haha
"A good burn is like good sex. It's simple, to the point, and leaves your victim totally destroyed."--Kenny Drebsen
Appreciate it! I still think Boston matches up very well with Miami, and with Garnett playing at a high level, I think the Celtics have a legit shot to beat the Heat.
What seed do you think Boston will get in the playoffs? Chicago and Boston are at #6 and #7 now, I still think they wind up at #4 and #5 and meet in the first round. Or one of them I could see as the #3 seed.
I hope you aren't referring to that last play as the Bulls getting "robbed.". That was an obvious offensive goaltending.
There was another goaltending call before that.
Okay, I heard about that, I just wanted to make sure you weren't talking about the last play, because that was obviously the right call.
I don't know about that. It was close.
It was on the way down, and it was going to hit the rim. It was clearly not going to be an airball. That's goaltending.
I've heard Stern wants to get rid of the basket interference rule.
Boston still has a great shot of catching New York and Brooklyn to win the Atlantic, so the three seed is still a realistic possibility. I would assume the Celtics will end up between 3-6, but you never know how they'll approach the last 20 games or so in terms of resting the vets and possibly conceding a game here or there. Ideally, I'd like Boston to win the Atlantic and get the 4th seed, getting homecourt in the first round and playing Miami in the second round. The Celtics need to be as fresh as possible for that series.
Would it be changed to the European rule, where once the ball hits the rim, players are free to touch it?
Are you feeling okay? It's not like you to bump a thread that's only a month old. They're usually over a year old.
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