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Can't believe I am pulling for the Celtics right now.

happy.gif haha …. but GSW does it again. Unbelievable.
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Dubs!
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Game was so intense. Curry stepped on the line like three four times. They looked really tired
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Man, Green gets away with so much. Impressive, gritty win. Avery Bradley is turning into a pretty good player.

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I was most surprised with Celtics D. Was very very impressive. Somehow underrated them despite being third in defensive efficiency.

Evan Turner is frustrating on offense but he was draped all over Curry
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fuck boston fans right in the ass, honestly complaining about the refs in eeeeeevery single game. like yo obvs your team gets some bad calls against them but curry had a SUPER PHANTOM 4th foul and draymond's 5th foul was absurd. that plus tommy heinsohn and ridiculous pats fan whinging, goddamn.
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(for the record, I'm no Boston fan) but seriously, Draymond Green is a remarkable player, and I'd love him if he were on my team, but that dude complains virtually the entire game long. It's a bad strategy to be upset about other teams' complaining, because every team has some egregious whiners/ref campaigners. In this matter, at least, all our houses are glass.

 

I'm with you on Heinsohn, though. Unlistenable (except that he sounds exactly like Peter from Family Guy).

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Draymond would be a good fit for the Clips in more ways than one.
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(for the record, I'm no Boston fan) but seriously, Draymond Green is a remarkable player, and I'd love him if he were on my team, but that dude complains virtually the entire game long.

He'd make a great Clipper
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That curry foul was so confusing. He wasn't even close to where the foul occurred
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Originally Posted by marvin100 View Post

(for the record, I'm no Boston fan) but seriously, Draymond Green is a remarkable player, and I'd love him if he were on my team, but that dude complains virtually the entire game long. It's a bad strategy to be upset about other teams' complaining, because every team has some egregious whiners/ref campaigners. In this matter, at least, all our houses are glass.

I'm with you on Heinsohn, though. Unlistenable (except that he sounds exactly like Peter from Family Guy).

LOL, Heinsohn is so bad I had to turn off the sound at some point.
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Originally Posted by Brothersport View Post

fuck boston fans right in the ass, honestly complaining about the refs in eeeeeevery single game. like yo obvs your team gets some bad calls against them but curry had a SUPER PHANTOM 4th foul and draymond's 5th foul was absurd. that plus tommy heinsohn and ridiculous pats fan whinging, goddamn.

Tommy heinsohn is a 9 time nba champion as a coach and player. He's also in his mid 80's. It's been his shtick to be a huge homer since the 1970's, but he'll equally fellate the opposing team/players if they do something great. I remember in the 90's he loved Scottie pippen even more than Jordan.

It was a home broadcast so naturally he's pro Boston. But in the 70-80's he was actually tapped to do color commentary broadcast for nba finals where the Celtics weren't involved.

The Celtics are so wierd, no real star, but making every game close. Reminds me of friends in college and early 20's who appeared average, job looks, ect but seemed to be involved with different hot women constantly.
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Larry is the Tommy Heinsohn of this thread tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by marvin100 View Post

(for the record, I'm no Boston fan) but seriously, Draymond Green is a remarkable player, and I'd love him if he were on my team, but that dude complains virtually the entire game long. It's a bad strategy to be upset about other teams' complaining, because every team has some egregious whiners/ref campaigners. In this matter, at least, all our houses are glass.

I'm with you on Heinsohn, though. Unlistenable (except that he sounds exactly like Peter from Family Guy).
oh yeah i meant the fans, not the players. boston players don't seem to complain an inordinate amount. draymond def has a huge shtick, and the clippers, etc.
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post

Tommy heinsohn is a 9 time nba champion as a coach and player. He's also in his mid 80's. It's been his shtick to be a huge homer since the 1970's, but he'll equally fellate the opposing team/players if they do something great. I remember in the 90's he loved Scottie pippen even more than Jordan.

It was a home broadcast so naturally he's pro Boston. But in the 70-80's he was actually tapped to do color commentary broadcast for nba finals where the Celtics weren't involved.

The Celtics are so wierd, no real star, but making every game close. Reminds me of friends in college and early 20's who appeared average, job looks, ect but seemed to be involved with different hot women constantly.
i'm aware of heinsohn's history and it makes his performance no better. there's a reason that he used to do national analysis and now is just the local boston guy and i'm gonna guess it wasn't a solely voluntary career move.

celts are super weird. advanced stat ppl were really high on them coming into the season cuz their entire roster is better than anyone's 7th man, seemingly, but nobody is even the 4th best player or so on a great team. but they're proving the traditional basketballists wrong so far, which is cool. their record probably understates how good they've been so far too.
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