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This Week’s Big 3 Things

This Week’s Big 3 Things

We're unveiling yet another new feature on Red's Army.  Every week, we look at the Big Three things happening in Celtics-land, good and bad, and we rank them… because everyone else is doing it and we're very easily swayed by peer pressure.On the way up 1:  Our expectations - We all talked a big game, [...]

October 30, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 3

Doc explains Ray’s minutes

Doc explains Ray’s minutes

The Boston Celtics have played 96 minutes of basketball so far this season.  Ray Allen has played 80:22 of those minutes.  I started bitching about it yesterday… and then I continued last night on Twitter.  I got a lot of "it's too early to start on this" type of comments… which I understand.  But at [...]

October 29, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 5

So we’re watching minutes already, huh?

So we’re watching minutes already, huh?

If you didn't hear last night's post-game call in show, you missed me already starting to get worked up about minutes.  Right off the bat… I'm wondering what Doc was thinking with Ray Allen, who played 42 minutes in last nights win. 42 minutes on opening night.  42 minutes on the front-end of back-to-back games.  [...]

October 28, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 15

Doc: “I’m looking forward to sharpening our tools”

Doc: “I’m looking forward to sharpening our tools”

The Globe's Julian Benbow spoke with Doc Rivers about where the Celtics stand following the preseason: After going 6-2 in exhibition games, with no major injuries, the Celtics are comfortable with their preparation, though there are things they still want to work on. Rivers said he has more plays he intends to put in, and [...]

October 23, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 1

Doc likes Sweets

Doc likes Sweets

Yeah… as in Michael Sweetney.  So tweets Adrian Wojnarowski. Doc Rivers sounds determined to keep Mike Sweetney. Celts plan had been to help him lose more weight and hope he could contribute by midyear And then he asks the obvious question. Boston doesn't have the roster space to keep him, and would need to get [...]

October 21, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 10

Celtics + More Sleep = Banner 18

Celtics + More Sleep = Banner 18

The Celtics are now scheduling practices later in the day, and will limit the number of morning shootarounds on gamedays during the season. Why the change? Asked why, Rivers replied: "Legs. I think if you're done with your work, I don't know why you need a shootaround. Guys are fresher, I think, if we walk [...]

October 20, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 1

Big, Bigger, Biggest

Big, Bigger, Biggest

Here's the big lineup Doc Rivers had on the court during the 1st quarter of yesterday's game: Ray Allen – 6-5 Marquis Daniels – 6-6 Paul Pierce – 6-7 Kevin Garnett – 6-11 Rasheed Wallace – 6-11 It's a lineup we might see more of during the regular season, albeit in short stints: “It was [...]

October 19, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 4

“I want to see if I can bring them back”

“I want to see if I can bring them back”

I heard some guys on the radio comparing Alex Rodriguez’s numbers to Reggie Jackson’s.  One guy is a post-season choker, the other is “Mr. October.”  The numbers:  They were almost identical.  Which just went to highlight one thing that defines clutch in sports. It’s not how many stat lines you can fill out.  It’s WHEN [...]

October 14, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 14

“I’d run through a brick wall if [Doc] wants me to”

“I’d run through a brick wall if [Doc] wants me to”

Peter May has a feature piece on KG up on Yahoo! today.  The whole thing focuses on KG's recovery and the challenges he faces because of it.  It's a good piece… but this quote about him and Doc is really striking. “Every time I step on the court, every time I pick up a basketball, [...]

October 13, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 1

Working out some final details

Working out some final details

Opening night is a couple of weeks away… and the starting unit is pretty much comfortable with each other.  Sure, there are some tweaks to the way things have been done in the past (like Kendrick Perkins getting some more touches), but overall… these guys don't need much more game time.  Meanwhile, there are still [...]

October 13, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized Comments Off