2010 NBA Finals, Game 3: This Will Be a Test of Team Effort for Boston Celtics

June 8th, 2010 by Wil Bradley Leave a reply »
Boston's population claims some of the world's most intelligent people as its citizens while being home to many of the world's most renowned universities. I believe physicists at MIT might be involved in head coach Doc Rivers' strategy meetings.

Using a Harvard word to describe the Boston Celtics, I choose "entropy."

Using a non-Harvard vocabulary, entropy means things start to degrade, until you can't tell the difference between the individual pieces of what degraded. This happens randomly, so it occurs over time.

Just like the Boston Celtics.

They have degraded their individual selves, and now we see a unified team. The degradation of selfish basketball came over the many years of hard experience.

Start with Doc Rivers never winning a championship as a player. Then take the combined years of great play by the “Big Three” individually, which ended in short or no playoff runs.

These Boston Celtics learned the best team wins an NBA Championship in most cases. They intend to be the best team.

Many of the Celtics players can be quoted talking about that "one guy."

One guy never ...

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