Not today (also now known as today) @ Sixers

tbb345

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Yes, and his body language is horrible too. He definitely doesn't seem like a rally-the-troops-when-the-going-gets-tough kind of guy.
That’s a good point. I think that’s why he’s gotten a rep (whether it’s true or not) as a me first guy who’s not a leader. Again, No idea if it’s true or not but the body language isn’t great
 

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Schroder not covering himself in glory, either. Put Pritchard in.
 

tbb345

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People really think that the Jay’s will fold up shop and quit if the Celtics trade Dennis Schroeder
 

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So the Sixers get the basket, two free throws and possession?
 

osori

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Schroeder might end up with getting another 1y/8M-ish "prove yourself again" type of deal at the end of the season.
 

Cellar-Door

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That was an obvious flagrant, that it wasn't strong contact is the only reason it wasn't the higher flagrant and an ejection.
 

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With a game against Chicago tomorrow nite, I hope Ime waves the white flag sooner than that later if this continues.
 

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He grazed his shorts. It was his momentum and hanging on the rim that made him fall. Made it seem like he McHale/Rambis clotheslined him
 

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you guys are nuts. he clearly pushed him. it was a dangerous play. really going with the "HE DID IT TO HIMSELF!!" angle?
It’s dumb to risk the call by making any contact in that situation. But it’s also pretty clear in the replay the fall was because he was going too hard and held the rim as the contact was minimal. That should have been a no-call, but being out of control got the call…which is not uncommon.
 

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It’s dumb to risk the call by making any contact in that situation. But it’s also pretty clear in the replay the fall was because he was going too hard and held the rim as the contact was minimal. That should have been a no-call, but being out of control got the call…which is not uncommon.
lol ok. because NBA players lose a grip like that from their own momentum all the time.
 

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you guys are nuts. he clearly pushed him. it was a dangerous play. really going with the "HE DID IT TO HIMSELF!!" angle?
One hundred percent. A hand on the back, even a light touch, created a dangerous situation for a guy flying through the air like that.
 

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So do we think anyone on the Celtics finishes with a positive +/-?

Contenders...
ROmeo- at +3 right now, and Ime may not put him back in.
Pritchard- at -2 right now
Tatum at -4 right now
 

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We might lose a lot of games this year but Rob’s highlight reel will be undefeated.
 

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A 31 point quarter, but managed to shave only 3 points off the lead. Got to stop with the weak fouls

The Celtics zone looks like it has potential
 

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Pritchard was open in the corner, and Jaylen didn't even consider passing to him.