Not to beat a dead horse… but the Celtics ain't happy with Kevin Garnett's suspension.
"I think it's a joke, honestly," Rivers said. "But they did it and we have to live with it. I'm just amazed the officials looked at the play for 5-10 minutes and didn't even think Kevin deserved more than just a technical, and the league looks at it and gives him a suspension. I just wish we had more consistency in our league, I really do."
That's gonna cost him. I wonder what the NBA fine for being completely accurate is? $5,000?
One other note before I knock off early to continue drinking give you today's links. Rajon Rondo is clearly a Red's Army reader. After looking tentative on offense all year long, we called him out a little… and he responded by shooting 7-11 and scoring 15 points. Hell of a game from Rondo. You're welcome. And yes, we're taking full credit for it. Mostly because it's the only kind of credit we can get in this economy. I'm blogging from a dumpster behind a Starbucks right now so I can pirate their free WiFi and eat 2 day old scones.
After the jump, a 5 year old girl that's a better ball handler than you… and the links.
Herald: Celtics get by without Garnett | Celtics and Knicks don't like each other | Suspension rankles Celtics | Scal answers the call | Globe: Scalabrine found a calling | Celts make a statement | Camerato: Richardson still unimpressed with Celtics (note: did he forget he's still Quentin Richardson or something? Shut it, Q) | Souza: Something we didn't think we'd do this year | NY Post: Cassell supports Stephon | NY Daily News: LeBron would leave for more money | Oden scores 22 (but loses) | Bosh scores 40 (but loses)