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  • Eric Pincus
    At this point in the game - Rudy is deferring to Kobe 100% - free reign. It s not a terrible thing in all instances - but it worries me long term because Kobe
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      At this point in the game - Rudy is deferring to Kobe 100% - free reign.
      It's not a terrible thing in all instances - but it worries me long term
      because Kobe gets in over his head and the rest of the team is stiffled.

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Andy [mailto:minkbarn@...]
      Sent: Thursday, December 02, 2004 11:23 AM
      To: Celticsstuffgroup@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [Celtics' Stuff ] Buck game



      I'm sure I'm repeating a lot of thoughts that have been posted,
      but I haven't read it all...

      That was an amazing thing Doc Rivers did in briefly benching
      Pierce. Tactically it was perfect. He made his point; put him
      back in; Pierce hit an open three right away off a great assist
      from Payton.
      Not many coaches would have the guts or sense to pull a star
      for not running. Eric, has Rudy T taken Kobe out for not playing
      the team concept?
      The move was great, and it will lead to more running from
      everyone. Doc didn't humiliate Pierce; he didn't make it
      personal; he just made his point. I am now officially a Doc
      Rivers fan.

      On a night when Jefferson finally had a bad game, Walter finally
      had a good one. Usually the only thing Walter does that's good
      actually hurts in the long run; and that's hitting threes. Last night
      in his short stint he did good big-man things on both ends.

      Another really good job from Rivers of coming up with the small
      lineup where Allen is playing the minutes Walter used to get.
      That's a good small lineup.

      I noticed Ray, less than a week after labelling people "Mutoids"
      for suggesting Pierce trades, has completely reversed direction
      on the subject. Could Ray too be a tragic victim of rapid genetic
      variation? Could this malady be contagious, and if so what is
      the Center For Disease Control doing about it?
      A simple "Gee, I guess was wrong," might make things easier
      sometimes.

      --Andy










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