Celts-Cavs

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    Celts-Cavs

    Any doubt the Celts will come out hard tonight?  Seems whenever they have a chip on their shoulder they play much better.  Got beat by Toronto earlier this year and came out smoking recently against them.  Swept by Atlanta in the regular season last year.....hammered them in Atlanta just recently.  Miami is the best and will win the title......you know the result of the first two meetings.
     
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    [QUOTE]Any doubt the Celts will come out hard tonight?  Seems whenever they have a chip on their shoulder they play much better.  Got beat by Toronto earlier this year and came out smoking recently against them.  Swept by Atlanta in the regular season last year.....hammered them in Atlanta just recently.  Miami is the best and will win the title......you know the result of the first two meetings.
    Posted by dangr76[/QUOTE]

    Interesting game tonight (it's on NBA-TV nationally)....  National media is only interested in LeBron's return on Dec. 2....  This game is under the radar....  Cavs already beat Celtics in the "Q" this year -- as a Cleveland fan, I would even be surprised if Cavs could do it again....       
     
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    Yeah, but it's on national television (sort of - nba tv).  That's right isnt it?  Didn't the fans supposedly vote this game in (I have my doubts.)

    I hate it when c's have to play on underdogs on national tv because the refs have extra pressure to keep the game watchably close.
     
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    IF the refs arent too biased as in the first meetin

    then C's have a good chance

    Cavs are a good team

    C's like REVENGE see {raps recent loss}
     
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    You are so right the guy is an idiot.  
     
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    I don't think it will matter how hard the Cavs play tonight. The Celtics will be out for revenge.

    I think they will play like they have chips on their shoulders.

     
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    Shaq and K.G had off nights and the C's still won easily and on the road. That's good stuff. Kudo's to the C's bench tonight particularly Big Baby, Marquis and Nate.
        Great game for Rondo. He decided to tear up the poor defending Cavs guards and he did just that. C's win, Lakers lose their 3rd straight. Now that's a good evening. Good night C's fans.
     
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    [QUOTE]Any doubt the Celts will come out hard tonight?  Seems whenever they have a chip on their shoulder they play much better.  Got beat by Toronto earlier this year and came out smoking recently against them.  Swept by Atlanta in the regular season last year.....hammered them in Atlanta just recently.  Miami is the best and will win the title......you know the result of the first two meetings.
    Posted by dangr76[/QUOTE]
    The Celtics won and they are obviously the better team.  As for Miami, look at the individual statistics. After the Heat big three, the support is very weak.
     
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    [QUOTE]Lebron should have stayed in Cleveland or gone to Chicago. What an idiot.
    Posted by Kirk6[/QUOTE]

    He wanted his talents to be challenged.
     

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