That's just one part of the Ball Don't Lie Celtics preview.
There are other, funnier photos. There also actual basketball analysis. I found this interesting.
play, I have misgivings about his ability as a reserve point man, but
he can help this team if the motivation is there. Glen Davis can score, Eddie House can shoot, Wallace can do a bit of everything, Shelden Williams can sop up minutes (and perhaps a turn with Boston assistant Clifford Ray can turn his career around), and Brian Scalabrine is still on the team. Could be a lot worse.
What's funny is that we around here find our depth be better than great. We like to think our second unit can get out there and run with other first units. So that begs the question: Are we drinking too much Kool Aid around here? KD finishes with this:
playing as well as can be reasonably expected. Possibly the high 40s or
low 50s, if KG struggles. I hope this doesn't come off as flip, but the
team is just going to have to try and make it to the playoffs with
tendons intact. This group is made for the postseason, and the trick is
going to be getting there with everyone on board, this time around. You
already knew that, let's see what happens.
It's an interesting take. I always respect KD's opinion. It's good to see a take on this team that's not all gushy. But I also think there is merit to the gushing. My opinion of this team is much higher than Dwyer's.
But again, there's the Kool Aid thing. So I guess we'll just have to see.