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  • #16
    Raps Crush the Celtics


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    • #17
      What a nice game viewing experience. I wonder how many of these we will get next year and the years after. That is the hope isn't it. All credit to Casey. I don't care about how tired the Celtics were. The Raps defence was very good. It was a pleasure watching Gray show at the top and then spin back down to guard his man. Jose is playing the best defence in his time as a Raptor.

      Nice to see DeRozan playing the way he should every night. I think JJ is rounding out into the player we all hoped he would become after showing glimpses last year. He still does bone headed things, but there seems to be confidence and more consistency to his game now.

      Luvin' it.

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      • #18
        I really am starting to appreciate Aaron Gray's game. He's kinda like a 7-foot fly-on-the-wall sometimes. Eleven rebounds in 18 minutes is nice. He should play more minutes. Too bad his presence is dictated by match-ups (that and Casey wants a more agile, smaller line-up for defensive purposes).

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        • #19
          Balls of Steel wrote: View Post
          I really am starting to appreciate Aaron Gray's game. He's kinda like a 7-foot fly-on-the-wall sometimes. Eleven rebounds in 18 minutes is nice. He should play more minutes. Too bad his presence is dictated by match-ups (that and Casey wants a more agile, smaller line-up for defensive purposes).
          I really like him. I didn't understand the limited play versus Washington and then the benching versus Milwaukee. However, judging by the way he defended the screen and roll, his defense, or lack thereof, was most likely the culprit.

          He played a SOLID game versus the C's. I think we can say, "Message received, Coach."

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          • #20
            How did Boston view the game?


            If they want to use the overtime [Thursday], then we are not mentally tough enough to be a winner.

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            There are a lot of similar comments between Doc Rivers after this loss and Dwane Casey after the loss to the Bucks.

            I love the mentally weak comment from Doc regarding excuses in relation to the OT loss to the Lakers only to have Rondo blame the OT loss to the Lakers.

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