Fiddlin' and Diddlin' - Daily Links 11/28
Friday, November 28, 2008
by FLCeltsFan 9:46 AM
Herald Doc Rivers plenty thankfulAllen Iverson takes a holidayFL's Take: I remember when the Celtics were in the mix to trade for this guy. I was against it then and very thankful we didn't get him. He is a talent and goes all out on the court, but just isn't a team player as evidenced by this latest incident. Ubuntu isn't in Iverson's vocabulary. I guess practice isn't either. Knicks and Stephon Marbury expected to part ways FL's Take: This is another player that has been rumored to be on the Celtics list but just like Iverson, he is a me first player. His refusal to play for his team when they were shorthanded shows that he hasn't really changed. James Posey’s big 3 lifts Hornets past NuggetsFL's Take: No doubt about it, Posey is a player. Celtics will miss him this season but I think if Tony and Eddie and Leon and Rondo and Big Baby continue to improve as they have, we will miss him a lot less. Globe Release point: Allen needed a lift last yearCeltics energize CEO GrousbeckCeltics match last season's startCelticsBlog Infant aggression impresses Insert practice joke hereRed's Army Thanksgiving turkeysPatriot Ledger Elton Brand adds concern for CelticsRondo bringing game to new heights for CelticsFL's Take: Rondo is improving from game to game. He is becoming one of the top PG's in the league and is just going to get better. Daily Herald Flash season opener advanceFL's Take: It is going to be fun watching Giddens and Walker develop with the Flash. I can see Walker coming back to the Celtics after the All Star break and contributing down the stretch. WEEI Celtics vs 76ers previewYardbarker Rondo's blog - Thanksgiving Lex Nihil Novi Twenty the hard wayWere the Pilgrims French?Fire McHaleFanHouse A quick conversation with Delonte West about ThanksgivingFL's Take: I love Delonte and am very glad that he is doing well again. He has been playing some good basketball lately. I would love to get him back in Boston one day. LA Times Putting the Lakers on defensive overloadFL's Take: Now suddenly, everyone in the league wants to play defense. We will see who keeps it up all season. Defense wins championships, but it takes a commitment to defense game in and game out for 82 games and through the playoffs for it to work. [Discuss this topic on the Celtics Green Forums!]
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