It's All About the System

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    What happened to the system against Phoenix with Avery at the helm?
    He had a dreadful game against Washington but they won despite of his 1-8 with 6 turnovers.
     
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    [QUOTE]We won 2 games without Rondo. I'm not saying we're a better team without Rondo. What I'm saying is it's all about the system.  Avery Bradley did a hell of a job on Jameer tonight. He was poor on offense but he did not commit a single turnover. All Bradley did was bring the ball up court then let the system do its thing.  What Bradley did tonight was what Rondo did in 2008. This proves that the system works!
    Posted by Fiercest34[/QUOTE]

    The system does have alot to do with it, but its also the turnover battle, the less to's and the better chance we win each night.
     
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    What happened to the "no scoring in Q4 by our PG when teams slow down to a half court set leads to a loss?"

    New strategy Doc since that dog didn't hunt tonight?
     
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    What's wrong with that?    Key words: If, won't, consider ... No predictions or absolutes there like your Rondo & Gasol trades ... Keep spinning the Truth34.

    Classier than trading his butt to the Lakers as you would do ... FakerFan34!
     
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    [QUOTE]We won 2 games without Rondo. I'm not saying we're a better team without Rondo. What I'm saying is it's all about the system.  Avery Bradley did a hell of a job on Jameer tonight. He was poor on offense but he did not commit a single turnover. All Bradley did was bring the ball up court then let the system do its thing.  What Bradley did tonight was what Rondo did in 2008. This proves that the system works!
    Posted by Fiercest34[/QUOTE]
    If I might amend your comment, I think it's about players learning and then getting a chance to play enough so they know the system.
    Hoping Bradley is getting up to speed.
    Of course, despite DH, Orlando does sometimes just lay down and roll over.
    Also hope tonite's win was more about the Celtics than the Magic.
     
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    The System?

    ..... the system ... ???

    What did somebody kick the System in the gut and straighten it out at 7:30PM Monday 1/23/12 ?????

    More clap-trap lame excuses to cover up Fierce's over reaction to veteran players out of shape and not accustomed to playing together.

    http://www.nba.com/2012/news/features/david_aldridge/01/23/thunder-core-here-for-haul/index.html?ls=iref:nbahpt1

    .... the Celtics were among the teams most adversely affected by not having a meaningful training camp. Rivers said he saw it the first day of training camp, when they ran four-on-four drills.

    "I anticipated it was going to take a while to get in condition and get right, but I didn't anticipate the record. I thought we could still win games," Rivers said. "And I've learned that you can't. It's tough. When you're older and working on conditioning, and you're playing younger, and more athletic, in shape, those two things don't go together. I never knew that. And now, I do."

    One other thing noted in this story ... If it's not back to the playoffs then "Danny Ainge will almost certainly back up the metaphorical truck and start over, hoping the lure of tradition and Celtic Pride and the Doc Rivers Brand will entice quality free agents that will accelerate the rebuilding process. No interest in building through the Draft, they say."

    So forget about the lottery ... those picks will be used to acquire other players in S&T's or maybe to move up in the draft for one key player.
     
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    [QUOTE]What happened to the "no scoring in Q4 by our PG when teams slow down to a half court set leads to a loss?" New strategy Doc since that dog didn't hunt tonight?
    Posted by Mployee8[/QUOTE]
    That dog didn't have to hunt since we were up by 20 or so at the start of the 4th. It wasn't a game anymore.
     
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    The only thing Bradley does better than Rondo is shoot the ball (jumpers and free throws). Bradley takes his game to the next level when he forces people to respect his jumper. As for the system, I felt Bradley finally got aggressive in playing his game within the system.

    Systems work best when good players are executing it well.
     
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     "It's all about the system"  Code words, meaning,I'm eating my CROW right now!!  Hope it's KY. fried!!  UGH!! 
     
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    [QUOTE]What did Bradley do on offense that was so great? 2-7 FGs? 2-2 FTs? 3 assists? All Bradley did was bring the ball across halfcourt then he gave it to Pierce. The system did the rest. Bradley was always good on D. But last year he couldn't shoot and couldn't play PG because he was a bad dribbler. This season Doc tried Bradley at SG. Didn't work, he's too small. Last night Bradley had a great game. But is Bradley already a legit NBA player because of one great game? Rondo shoots FTs at 60% this season. Bradley is 58.3% from the FT line. I mean 2 PGs, both poor FT shooters, on the same team, what are the chances of that happening? Ugh! 
    Posted by Fiercest34[/QUOTE]

     You said "Bradley is not an NBA player" are you sticking with that, or will you admit you were wrong?
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: It's All About the System : Just because of one great game Avery Bradley is already an NBA player? Right now Bradley is a specialist, a defensive stopper. I'll proclaim he's an NBA player after he improves his offense and shoots better than Rondo at the FT line.
    Posted by Fiercest34[/QUOTE]

     So you don't think he's an NBA player, is that what you're saying? I have an idea, why don't you call Jameer Nelson, and see if he thinks Bradley is a NBA player?
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: It's All About the System : I'll say Bradley is an NBA player if you say Paul Pierce is the 5th best Celtic among Celtic greats.
    Posted by Fiercest34[/QUOTE]

     Sorry, he's now in my top 10, but not 5th best!!  Don't change the subject!!
     
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    [QUOTE]The only thing Bradley does better than Rondo is shoot the ball (jumpers and free throws). Bradley takes his game to the next level when he forces people to respect his jumper. As for the system, I felt Bradley finally got aggressive in playing his game within the system. Systems work best when good players are executing it well.
    Posted by cshashaty[/QUOTE]

    His on the ball defense if better in my opinion.
     
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    Fierce: Last night Bradley had a great game. But is Bradley already a legit NBA player because of one great game?

    /> I would like to add that Bradley is also better at keeping his man in front of him: Posted by damfuno

    Fierce: Apparently that's not a good thing because Rondo keeps gambling and doesn't keep his man in front of him. Yet Rondo is an All-Defensive team member and Bradley is not.

    First you question whether Bradley is a worthy NBA player then you question why Rondo is All-Defensive but Bradley not ... Hello ????????

     
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    Agree with Mployee8.  It was one game.  I love that the kid is showing improvement.  Doc has brought him along slowly.  But, we need to see this from him more often and moreover, we need to see the entire team contribute as they did yesterday.  Bradley was never as bad as we all thought from previous games and he's not the superstar some think just because of one good game.  Consistency is what we need to see.
     
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