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Deja Vu

RedsArmyAdmin January 5, 2009 Uncategorized 1 Comment

Lex Nihil Novi (via CelticsBlog) has some much needed perspective today.  It comes in the form of press clippings from the 1985-86 Celtics season.  You know… the best Celtics team ever?  Check it out:

Slowly but surely, the Celtic bench is slipping into the Atlantic Ocean. Four starters played 38 or more minutes last night and Dennis Johnson went 32 with his bad hand. Boston's bench contributed 13 points and zero rebounds.

Bill Walton has been increasingly ineffective in the last couple of weeks. Last night he was 0 for 3 from the floor, played a season-low nine minutes, and did not get a rebound for the first time all season. The rest of the shock troops aren't doing much better.

"We have not been getting the job done," said Walton. "We have not been playing that well as a second unit. We just have to start playing better. It's going to take some concentration and hard work and patience. You can't force it, because that attitude just tends to compound it."

There are many more… and they all sound very similar to what has been written about this team lately.  What does it mean?  Every season has its trials and tribulations.  It's only natural for a team to go through them.  And it's only natural that idiots like me and Chuck will be there to bemoan them.

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  • Joe

    That’s a good way to try to make yourself feel better.