Rodney Farva wrote:Gregs Kite wrote:Rodney Farva wrote:Gregs Kite wrote:The Long Dick of the Law wrote:Gregs Kite wrote:Theny wrote:How dare you question President Stevens.
Listen, if I need a coach to give the fellas a good ol pep talk before we go play State in the big ol city in fronta hundreds of good folks a watchin, then he's my guy. Heck, he might even take the fellas out for fribbles afterwards.
But this is the NBA, where the regular season is meaningless, and unless you have star players, and I mean actual stars and not frauds like Al Horford Isaiah Thomas, then you do not win in the playoffs.
Al Horford is the max contract player. IT is a second round pick that worked his ass off to be the best player on a fraudulent number one seeded playoff team. Bit of a difference when dishing out the blame pie.
Explain to me how they are a fraudulent number one seed? Did they, or did they not have the best record in the Eastern Conference this year?
And please try not to menopausally curse at me.
i was just having fun!
any number one seed that loses two in a row at home to a relatively weak 8 seed at home deserves to be called out. if you think fraudulent is the wrong word, okay.
I am surprised that Kite would blanch at the word "fraudulent" because....
Gregs Kite wrote:Well, this is the best case scenario for my Celtics. We get a joke of a Bulls team, then potentially Washington and then Toronto in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Let's not get silly here. Boston is not the best team in the Eastern Conference. The league will do what it can to make Cleveland/Golden State III happen, I understand that. But this is a good building block and will likely generate enough buzz throughout the league, especially with another high draft pick, that will attract the upper echelon of free agents like Gordon Hayward for next year and beyond. It's all very exciting!
Textbook definition, right there.