Found January 17, 2012 on Red's Army:
Some of us are optimistic the Celtics will get their sh*t together and turn on the jets... eventually. They can't be this bad for the duration of the season, can they? The Cs are 4-8. Twelve games represents 18% of a 66 game season. That's a decent sample. Here are some ugly numbers: Have two fewer wins than the Cavaliers One more win than New Orleans Are one of 10 teams to have a losing record at home Their 89.1 ppg is the 5th worst in the NBA Rank 28th in rebounds per game Rank 27th in steals per game Rank 19th in turnovers forced per game Rank 22nd in turnovers per game Rank 3rd in technical fouls per game Paul Pierce is shooting a career low 39% Kevin Garnett is shooting a career low 46% Is it time for Danny Ainge to sell off some assets and throw his hat into the Austin Rivers sweepstakes? (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
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