Boston Celtics: NBA 2010-11 Season Preview

August 9th, 2010 by Chris Grinstead Leave a reply »

The Big Three. Need I say more?

They are still just as much of a dominant force as they have been since coming together in 2008. PG Rajon Rondo has even started to make it look like it should be The Big Four.

With the signing of free agent C Shaquille O'Neal, they may be adding another title to the Celtics' collection.

They went 50-32 last season and excelled during the playoffs. Rondo was a key player during their playoff run last season averaging 15.8 ppg, 9.3 apg, and 1.92 spg.

Another key player was SF Paul Pierce.

Seeing as how the Celtics were able to retain their squad from last year with an addition to their sub-par group of centers, the Celtics should see even more success than they did last year.

Boston fans, I hate to say this but I don't think that you're going to win a title this year.

The third spot in the playoffs should belong to Boston, which would mean they should be playing the six seed team. By my estimation this should be the Milwaukee Bucks. This should be a 4-1 series win pitting Boston against Miami second round.

That should be the end of the road des ...

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