After every game, we'll take stock of how each individual performance affects the player's overall value.
Avery Bradley: Despite Doc's claims that Avery was "terrific for us," I can't overlook the 1-8 FG and 6 TOs. The 7 assists and 5 rebounds make his performance a push.
Paul Pierce: Best game of the year. He gave the game what it needed, and that included dominating in the 4th.
Kevin Garnett: 17 points on 7-10 FG. KG cannot be more efficient than that.
Jermaine O'Neal: 3 rebounds in 27 minutes? Unfortunately, JO is what he is.
Mickael Pietrus: Also played a season high 35 minutes. Continues to bring punch on offensive (14 points) and defense (2 steals).
Marquis Daniels: Made just 2 of 6 shots and was a team high minus-12. He's contributing nothing.
Doc Rivers: It's hard to analyze coaching when a team is missing its starting backcourt and two bench rotation players (Dooling, Wilcox).
A win is a win.