Fiddlin' and Diddlin' - Daily Links 10/2
Thursday, October 2, 2008
by FLCeltsFan 10:51 AM
Herald Ray Allen, son deal with juvenile diabetes A knee-jerk reaction for Tony AllenFL's Take: If Tony can finally break out, it would be huge for the team. This season, the team's success doesn't rest on the 2 stars but on the role players like Tony, Patrick O'Bryant, Darius Miles and the rookies. Their development is key to whether we celebrate another championship or not. Ben Gordon ok's one year contract with BullsFL's Take: He should have done this a long time ago and spared us all the drama. Globe Rivers has extended family FL's Take: Kudos to Doc and Kris Rivers are good people above and beyond everything basketball. At the end of the day, the most satisfying thing you can do in life is make a difference in the life of a child. Celtics.com Miles Hungry in Comeback Bid with BostonPost Ups Notebook - Training Camp Video from campCelticsBlog Another breakout coming in pivot in Philly?LOY's Place Exciting things coming out of camp ESPN Review of officials finds Donaghy only culprit, calls for changeFL's Take: Donaghy might have been the only ref betting on games, but he wasn't the only ref consciously affecting the outcomes of games. I believe Donaghy when he said that orders came down from the top to affect the outcome of games. It is either that or the referees are extremely incompetent. One thing is right, something needs to change or there will be more scandals to come. Eric Musselman's Notebook Help, containment key to effective defensePR Web Celtics legend Bill Russell private/public memorabilia signingRocky Mountain News Celtics' Ray Allen spotlights juvenile diabetesWashington Post Walker never thought he'd be a WizardFL's Take: I think when all is said and done, Walker may be the steal of the draft. EW Check out Stephen King's new ad for SportscenterFL's Take: This is funny. Orlando Sentinel Injury bug bites several NBA stars early in campFL's Take: Injuries are the only thing that can derail the Celtics' push for #18. They have to stay healthy. Heart of Celtics' Rivers draws ire in Orlando Lex Nihil Novi Were the 2008 Celtics the best defensive team ever? FL's Take: They may not have been the best, but they were right up there! Defense doesn't always win championships I FL's Take: There may be a couple of examples where defense wasn't the difference in the outcome of the championship, but at the end of the day, it is defense that wins championships and I would put my money on the better defensive team every time. Defense doesn't always win championships IIDefense doesn't always win championships III Ballerblogger Season preview: Boston CelticsBleacher Report Eastern conference up for grabs or still seeing green?The Suffolk Journal C is for championship, Celtics look to repeatProJo Newport awash in Celtic pride[Discuss this topic on the Celtics Green Forums!]
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