"My only theory" is, in fact, "one possible explanation". You are trying WAY too hard to make me the bad guy, but whatever floats your boat.
I will only talk basketball, and again I apologize if my language is taken the wrong way.
I probably came out curt in my last response to you, but it's only because you added the line "You are trying WAY too hard to make me the bad guy, but whatever floats your boat" which I think you could understand was dismissive of my trying to help. I have been very frank but civil about everything in the past few responses, but now you are getting on my nerves again.
I am tired of the back and forth with you, Rian. So I'm sure you'll understand that if this continues and I stop responding, it's because I no longer want to participate in this discussion.
Last edited by capntightpants; 12-02-2011 at 01:29 PM. Reason: Italicized the part I forgot
Don't forget trading Perkins and screwing up the chemistry at the trade deadline!Originally Posted by Mark4myself
It's a bit like having sex with a jellyfish: once might an interesting experiment, twice would be perversion!
You never know what worse luck your bad luck has saved you from.
Yeah, I get the idea of Jeff Green being able to play both the 3 and 4 to spell Pierce and Garnett, but that's a type of move you want to set up in the offseason. We'll see. This season, especially with fewer games, is going to ve damn exciting.Originally Posted by dougmac
Who benefits most from a short season?
The Celtics might get more chance to rest before the playoffs, even though there will be lots of back-to-back nights. They might have the most established chemistry and scheme in the NBA, and really don't need training camp as much as some of the other teams. I think they have a good shot with only 66 games.