Boston Celtics Have Miles to Go Before They Are a Team

March 15th, 2010 by Frances White Leave a reply »
Teams have always hated the Boston Celtics because of their history of dominating the NBA landscape.  Even when they were going through their struggles before the big three, teams enjoyed pounding them into submission.

These days it doesn't take much for the Celtics to give up the ghost. Red Auerbach must be rolling over in his grave to see the players tarnish the Green of his beloved Celtics.

It is a hard pill to swallow to see Kevin Garnett go meekly into the night with Brandon Jennings woofing in his ear. How about the Memphis Grizzlie D-league call-up Hasheem Thabeet intimidating Perkins, KG, and company.

After the game, Rudy Gay was heard saying he thought the Celtics would put up a better fight. 

Last night LeBron said that the Celtics "look bored," like they were waiting for the second season to start.

The Boston Celtics' difficulties go way beyond that.  It stems from Doc Rivers' unwillingness to develop his young players because he prefers veterans.  It hurts to see the likes of Bill Walker scoring 20 points in New York, when he couldn't even get off the bench in Boston.&nb ...

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