Fiddlin' and Diddlin' - Daily Links 3/31
Saturday, May 31, 2008
by FLCeltsFan 11:23 AM
Herald Celtics finals destination is met, bring on the Lakers Doc Rivers: Best man for BostonFL's Take: I have been as hard on Doc as the next person but I have to give credit where credit is due. He has done a great job this season with the difficult job of managing 3 superstar egos along with bringing along young players and getting them all on the same page. Kudos to Doc. Captain Paul Pierce stays course, reaches desired Celtics goal FL's Take: Pierce deserves a championship. He stuck by the Celtics and never demanded a trade like many of the other prima donna players in the NBA have done. I get sick every time I hear Kobe talking about his teammates being like bothers because before the season he was throwing them under the bus and saying he wanted to play with anyone but them. I really hate Kobe and the Lakers and want more than anything to beat them. I also hate Phil Jackson and don't want him to pass Red Auerbach for the most championship by beating the Celtics. Lots of motivation here. Scal gets back in picture Calhoun’s cancer return stuns AllenLakers-Celtics? It’s fantasticNo excuses, Pistons’ Chauncey Billups gives credit to CelticsMahorn recalls rivalryGlobe Final blowA green dreamNo doubt about it nowFL's Take: It seems as though the Celtics have had to prove themselves over and over again this season. They pass one test and suddenly another one would pop up. One final test and I really hope they pass it. It's back to the future for the Celtics Nothing regular about new-look LakersFL's Take: The Celtics can't take their success over the Lakers in the regular season as any indication of how they will fare in the playoffs. They are a completely different team. Perk could dominate Bynum, but how will he fare against Gasol? Defense is still the key and if they Celtics play their defense consistently, I believe they can beat them. Now is the time that Thibodeau will earn his check. Saunders runs out of answersHe posed a problem for Pistons in the endPierce's wait is finally overIt seemed to simply slip awayCeltics celebration photos Five game 6 observationsFlashback to 1987Celtics deliver knock out punchFinals destinationMetroWest Daily Celtics 89, Pistons 81: Bring on L.A. Celtics.com Playoffs postups live from Auburn Hills Back Where They Belong: Celtics Return To NBA FinalsPierce Steps Up Again, Leads Celtics To FinalsPosey’s Steal Helps Seal Finals DealPost game presserCelticsBlog Six days of finals deliriumFL's Take: And most importantly, 6 days of much needed rest for the Celtics. Soak it up and give it up LOY's Place The Boston Celtics are your Eastern Conference ChampionsComments from the other side - Pistons game 6Celtics 17 It's kind of surreal - Celtics going to the FinalsNBA.com Series live blog Celtics win, return to the finalsESPN Celtics snatch series clinching win away from PistonsLakers Celtics series page (no one is picking the Celtics to win) FL's Take: The Celtics still can't get any respect. I really hope they can prove everyone wrong. Nothing can pre-empt the Lake showFL's Take: Simmons is a traitor. Pierce shoots Celtics to first Finals appearance since '87 Full Court Press Pinch me, Celtics advance to finals against Lakers LOLegag.com PJ Brown reflects on reaching the finals, getting payback on PistonsHoopsworld Beat LA: Celtics back in NBA FinalsPower Rankings - Lakers 1, Celtics 2 ProJo Billups shines for Detroit in losing effortPierce leads Celtics to NBA Finals Allen, Hamilton square off in duel of former HuskiesPain fails to derail players Bucks Diary Bryant has struggled mightily against the CelticsJack's Blog A (probably too) rational look at the NBA FinalsBleacher Report Breaking down the depth chartsBoston celebrates in Detroit after series clinching victoryLakers next victims are the Celtics Boston Garden's rebornWorcester Telegram Bigger than a mere gameDetroit Free Press Out again: Pistons fail to make it to Finals Final Meltdown: Now what after game 6 disaster? Players and Saunders discuss the KG Wallace hug controversy Prince's domino effectPistons done in by different kind of fatiguePierce the hero, Sheed the goatKG savors victory, looks forward to first finalsOrlando Sentinel Congratulations Doc RiversLA Times Dream NBA finals are green lightedFirst look: Lakers vs CelticsWall Street Journal Band of financiers brings luck to CelticsFox Sports Sheed destroys Detroit's chances in decisive game 6 SI.com Winding road finally delivers Pierce to finalsPistons can't capitalize on Garnett's foul trouble Pistons eliminated in East Finals by CelticsWallace laughs off banter with GarnettA Blog Lakers and Celtics? What is this 1987?Bright Cove Leon Powe post game interviewPerk post game interviewDetroit News Bench players do jobFL's Take: The Celtics bench has proved to be more than capable of supporting the starters. Posey is huge and does all the things a championship team needs to win. Doc finally played Powe and he delivered. I still don't know what took him so long because Powe has always done good things when he gets playing time. Bitter end: Pistons blow lead in 4th, lose series Pistons streak turns sour Wallace: That's the end, man Hamilton downplays injuryWashington Post Celtics bring it home Dime Celtics 89, Pistons 81: Instant analysisSeattle PI One old rival down, one to goNY Times Celtics oust Pistons to return to NBA FinalsWashington Times Playoffs take a fallPortland Tribune Calling foul on the NBA LA Daily News Fans, league, TV already seeing potential green for these NBA finals SouthCoast Today Celtics going forth thanks to fourthEnterprise Beat LA: Celtics knock out Pistons, head to finalsShamrock Headband Finally satisfactionBostonSportZ Celtics end 20 year finals droughtTWolves Blog KG cast Game 6 Sports of Boston Celts win! Bring on LA!Leon Powe Fan Site The rivalry is backYahoo Sports Rivalry renewed for Celtics and LakersRed's Army Just like very old times[Discuss this topic on the Celtics Green Forums!]
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