1/1: Celtics@Nuggets

PedroKsBambino

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That was what…maybe a C+ Celtics game? The effort was solid but just not there execution wise . And Denver shot crazy good
 

DeJesus Built My Hotrod

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The Nuggets not only hit more than half their threes. They essentially doubled the C's production. That's insane.
 

greek_gawd_of_walks

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This team gives me enough reasons to not believe in them, obviously when they look bad. Tonight, and the game vs Miami with Butler...and the GSW game.

I want to believe, but something is off, from my eyes anyways.

Aside: Brogdon is a long way from where he was two years ago. He's not able to finish on the other side of the rim like he once was, the way he did with Milwaukee. That's disheartening. He was never a high riser, but whatever lift he had, it's gone now
 

The Social Chair

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That MPJ contract is nasty. Have fun paying him $40M in 2027.

Anyway, Denver is a tough place to play with the altitude. I used to live in Denver and good teams would come to town and lose fairly often. The 2001 Lakers lost to a crappy Nuggets team in Denver.
 
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Jed Zeppelin

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This team gives me enough reasons to not believe in them, obviously when they look bad. Tonight, and the game vs Miami with Butler...and the GSW game.

I want to believe, but something is off, from my eyes anyways.
If something is off for the Celtics then it is off for every team below them in the standings too. At the moment that’s still…every other team in the league. Middle of the season can be a slog, and they still need to figure out their optimal rotation with TL back in the mix.

Losses almost always look and feel bad.
 

lars10

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This team gives me enough reasons to not believe in them, obviously when they look bad. Tonight, and the game vs Miami with Butler...and the GSW game.

I want to believe, but something is off, from my eyes anyways.

Aside: Brogdon is a long way from where he was two years ago. He's not able to finish on the other side of the rim like he once was, the way he did with Milwaukee. That's disheartening. He was never a high riser, but whatever lift he had, it's gone now
Show me a team that doesn’t have off nights.

edit: why don’t games where they’ve smoked good teams not matter at all?