After each game, we'll be taking stock in each players… and maybe coach's… performance. If we like what we see, we're buyin'. If we don't, we're sellin'. Or maybe we'll just hold onto our stock until we see more next game
Paul Pierce: This guy just keeps getting it done. And he keeps doing it while dunking on fools in the process.
Rajon Rondo: I'm actually not as high on his overall game as some people are. His first half, offensively, was brilliant. It was vintage Rondo. But then things changed. It's not all his fault, but Darren Collison's explosion mostly was. Nevertheless, I'm buying Rondo being back and capable of doing more every game.
Glen Davis: He passed up a bunch of jump shots he would normally take and he went to the hoop. I'm totally buying this version of Glen Davis. Mix it up rather than settle for jumpers. There's a reason he scored 20 on 7-11 shooting. It could have been more if a few fouls were called.
Jeff Green: I agonized over whether I wanted to be this harsh on Jeff Green… but I'm tired of waiting for him to do more than having the odd great game. I want more than "GREAT GAME… meh, meh, meh, meh, WOW, GREAT GAME…. meh, meh). I know its not all his fault, but I still want "the best player in the trade" to be a little more consistent…. that's all.
Kevin Garnett: He looks tired. He's only scoring a hair over 10 ppg over the last 4. It's 12.4 over his last 10 but that includes a 24 point eruption against the Knicks. The man needs more rest. So no more KG running unecessary sprints after practice. They need to hit him with the tranquilizer gun if he gets out of hand.
Ray Allen: Shooters need to shoot and he needs the ball to do that. It's no wonder he's pissed off. I know when one guy (like Rondo) goes off other guys see their shots drop. But Ray needs to get his regular shots.