Found May 07, 2013 on Celtics Life:
The Boston Herald's Steve Bulpett wrote an article this morning on Danny Ainge's thoughts regarding the future of his team.  The general premise being that Ainge realizes you can't take too seriously anything you hear right after your squad has been eliminated: “I think it’s a long season, and I think these guys get exhausted. They put a lot into it, and they love the game. I don’t really pay much attention to what anybody says in the first week after the season.” Sort of along these lines and definitely worth mentioning, Bulpett notes that Ainge "got a good laugh" at the ridiculous Clippers rumor created by Stephen A. Smith.  But as far as whether or not his coach will stick around for a rebuilding process, here's what Danny had to say: "From all I know, Doc will be back. We’ve talked about it for the last couple of years. I mean, Doc’s known that this time of transition may come this year, next year, last year, whenever. He’s known there could be ...
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