Found December 09, 2012 on Celtics Town:
Before meeting the Boston Celtics Saturday night, one day after beating them by one point in overtime, Philadelphia 76ers coach Doug Collins said his team should be better-prepared to meet for the second time in as many nights.Collins pointed out the specific amount of minutes the Celtics big names have played, using their long careers as basis for his theory: “There’s no reason those guys should be fresher than us. Not with the amount of playoff games, the amount of minutes they’ve put into this league.”Jason Terry, like most of his Celtics brethren, doesn’t appreciate being called old. He finished with his second straight poor scoring performance Saturday, but he did so in a 92-79 win, so he didn’t really mind the 3-9 shooting. (MetroWest Daily News)“Fresh legs don’t mean anything if you don’t have the heart to go with it,” Terry said. “You’ve got three champions here when you talk about the guys who’ve logged the most minutes over the last however many years.“After losing a game
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