Found March 31, 2012 on
That was fun. I love it when KG gets so fired up. He's so much fun to watch. Wolves fans have mixed feelings about the Big Ticket: fond memories, feelings of betrayal, love, hate,admiration. You name it and there is a fan feeling it. I think the comment that cracked me up the most was "Hey look it's that guy we traded for Al Jefferson". Of all the hate for KG, Rondo, and Pierce on boards, this is the first one I've found with real Sasha Pavlovic hate. Guess having him on your team for a year will do that. Lots of fun comments today. Any favorites?
I suspect KG is not going to be received well by the crowd. I loved him when he was here but I have grown very tired of his attitude.
KG was over for me when he played for the first time against us and he pounding his fist on the Celtics sign. Disrespectful SOB
I hope there is a stream with the Wolves commentators because I almost punch my computer screen listening to the reverse garbage disposal that is...
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Rajon Rondo: Ho Hum, another double-digit assist night. And as a bonus, 9 of his assists led to makes at the rim. Very often, Rajon is assisting on long jumpers. It's nice to see a more uptempo game where guys are getting dunks. It'...
Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and the Boston Celtics are in Minnesota tonight to take on MVP candidate Kevin Love and the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Celtics enter the game tied for the Atlantic Division lead with a record of 28-22 after beating the Utah Jazz 94-82 on Wednesday night at TD Garden. On the other [...]
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The Celtics started strong and finished even stronger in tonight's 100-79 victory over the Wolves.
Kevin Garnett was phenomenal: 24 points, 12-18 FG, 10 rebounds, 4 assists and 1 block. He dropped 10 points in the 4th quarter. The Wolves tried to make a run midway thru the 4th, but Garnett slammed the door. After re-entering the game (Stiemsma fouled out) at the 5:26 mark,...
It's not often that an NBA player gets duped by a playground move but check out this clip from yesterday's Heat/Celtics affair as Paul Pierce ends up giving Heat forward Shane Battier an easy basket.The play happened midway through the second quarter during a Miami in-bounds play as Pierce had his back turned and Shane saw the opportunity to bounce it off his back for an easy hoop:
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