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Enemy Chatter: Rondo is a turd

Chuck - Red's Army February 4, 2010 Uncategorized 3 Comments

I often wonder what opposing teams, their beat reporters and bloggers
are saying about the Celtics after playing the Celtics. Here's a dose
of 'enemy chatter' from Miami.

While I think Rajon Rondo is a bit of a turd for his taunting in the 4th
quarter, I have to give the man props for his sick ball handling
skills.  Combined with his speed, I can see why people in Boston as so
excited about this guy.

Taunting? I must have completely missed it.

Miami came into the final quarter with the game tied, which means that
our boys had the opportunity to steal a win in Boston and all they had
to do is win just 1 quarter.  A very reasonable task, if you ask me.  A
fun exchange with the Heat down two; Daequan misses a wide open trey
and then Boston comes right down and
Ray Allen drills an equally open triple.  Ahh, to have a guy who could consistently hit outside shots.  Wouldn't that be nice?

Ray Allen consistent? I jest…

Penisula is Mightier

For stretches of the game, Boston simply dominated the boards and
seemed to get offensive rebound after offensive rebound. The Celtics
were relentless. They held a 41-31 edge on the glass, including a 15-6
advantage on the offensive boards.
Heat players didn't use their ailments as excuses, but Jermaine O'Neal
and Udonis Haslem were playing with bad backs and Michael Beasley was
limited by a knee injury…


Miami Herald – Michael Wallace

It was refreshing to see the Celtics crash the boards. Spare us the injury excuses. KG is playing on one leg, and Sheed has been battling lazy-itis all season.

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  • PutDJintheHall

    Awww 41-31 advantage on the glass, leads to a celtic win. It ain’t rocket surgery, you MUST rebound and defend to win

  • DRJ

    I think the taunting must be referring to what Rondo did after that sick play where he faked passing the ball to Ray on his right, freezing the defender, only to suddenly send a bullet bounce pass right to the sprinting Perk on his left, for the open dunk.
    After the play, Rondo took the ball in his right hand, and gently placed it on the ground at the Miami baseline. As if to say “Here you go boys. My dish has been served.”

  • http://profile.typepad.com/srswish Sr. Swish

    And it was delicious