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    I'm watching Stan Van Gundy right now on CNN discussing the ****ing awful Grammy's. WTF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    D'Antoni - Has underachieved everywere he's been
    Doc Rivers - Could only win with an All Star cast.
    SVG - Clearly underachieved with a couple Dwight teams.
    Mike Brown - umm.
    Larry Drew - can't do anything with very talented teams.
    Carlesimo - Has gotten fired from every single team.
    Byron Scott - Can't do anything with the best point guards in the game at the time.

    That's just a start.
    You were clearly wrong about Doc Rivers! He made some really smart changes. Double teaming Jefferson, calling a zone when we were hot, fouling at the end of the game. Rivers is obviously better than Corbin. Starting Watson in front of Tinsley was laughable.

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    Lakers Suck.

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    With each passing game, the list gets shorter and shorter...

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    Doc Rivers did not win this game because of coaching prowess. He won it because he has two HOFs on his squad.

    Not sure what role he played in drawing up several Paul Pierce isos, or Kevin Garnett's unbelievable P&R-busting ability.

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    He played a role in double teaming Big Al, switching to a zone, and fouling at the end of the game. Are you arguing Corbing is better?

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    *Two HOFers that are shells of their former selves, no PG, and a cobbled together roster of non-sense.
    Quote Originally Posted by every forum dreg
    I think he can play SF

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    Oh, and the little trick(s) he played to get his players more rest.

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    The only coach he's better than is... maybe Ostertag if he ever decided to coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NUMBERICA View Post
    *Two HOFers that are shells of their former selves, no PG, and a cobbled together roster of non-sense.

    Yup, a shell that scored 7 straight, contested points against us in OT, as well as a shell who single-handedly busted every pick and roll attempt we ran in the 4th quarter/overtime.

    What are you, like 0/4 tonight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy Braille View Post
    Yup, a shell that scored 7 straight, contested points against us in OT, as well as a shell who single-handedly busted every pick and roll attempt we ran in the 4th quarter/overtime.

    What are you, like 0/4 tonight?
    Is the denominator the number of times you've switched accounts in the last day, or the number of drinks you've had in the last hour?
    Quote Originally Posted by every forum dreg
    I think he can play SF

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    Anyway, the Celtics are not that good, and Doc Rivers isn't the best coach in the NBA, but saying he's a better coach than Ty is not a lofty compliment either.
    Quote Originally Posted by every forum dreg
    I think he can play SF

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    Quote Originally Posted by NUMBERICA View Post
    Is the denominator the number of times you've switched accounts in the last day, or the number of drinks you've had in the last hour?
    Tell me, does it hurt knowing that a dude who just entered this forum is embarrassing such an 'established poster' across multiple threads on different topics?

    Seems to be the case, judging by your responses.

    Take care.

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    Trolls are frustrating. That's the long and the short of it. And you know everything about it. But good show.
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    I think he can play SF

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy Braille View Post
    Doc Rivers did not win this game because of coaching prowess. He won it because he has two HOFs on his squad.

    Not sure what role he played in drawing up several Paul Pierce isos, or Kevin Garnett's unbelievable P&R-busting ability.
    You're overthinking this, Doc Rivers may not be on par with Popovich and Phil Jackson when it comes to game planning and in-game adjustments, but at least he knows how to put his best players in the starting lineup. Something our coach still hasn't figured out after 2.5 seasons...

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