Never Underestimate the Heart of a Champion

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    Never Underestimate the Heart of a Champion

    Bottom line, any team that faces the C's in the playoffs will have to beat them 4 out of 7-games. The C's still have 4-all stars / great players, and an above average bench. In addition, they are healthy (except for Shaq) and well rested.

    What an opportunity! If successful (championship run), this team will cement a place for themselves in NBA history, as the team that made one last incredible "run for the trophy."

    Yes I am an optimist, an optimist who watched the same coach and 4-all star players make an incredible run to the finals last year.

    I believe in this organization/team (Owners, GM, Coach, and Players)!! Go Celtics!!!

    NOTE, Never underestimate the heart of a champion!
     
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    Go Celtics! Spurs and Lakers fall in game 1 of their series!!

    Never underestimate the HEART of a Champion!!!
     
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    Re: Never Underestimate the Heart of a Champion

    Im with you..but may not have too much company..I sense some nervous spirits..because of recent upsets...im glue to the tube,,and ready togo...GO CELTICS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Lets go C E L T I C S  clap clap clap
     
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    I'm one of the most optimistic guys who post here and even I am now worried the way we came out that first half.  We look worse than the last 25 games!!!   What's going on with my team?   Who replace my team with these tentative guys?
     
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    Im going out on  a limb..here, but I really think the difference between us and the Lakers,,is our bench...I expect them to make a difference before this series is over.!!!!!
     
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    Ortiz 123 I am with you, the bench will likely be the key!

    Go Celtics!!
     
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    Re: Never Underestimate the Heart of a Champion

    In Response to Never Underestimate the Heart of a Champion:
    [QUOTE]Bottom line, any team that faces the C's in the playoffs will have to beat them 4 out of 7-games. The C's still have 4-all stars / great players, and an above average bench. In addition, they are healthy (except for Shaq) and well rested. What an opportunity! If successful (championship run), this team will cement a place for themselves in NBA history, as the team that made one last incredible "run for the trophy." Yes I am an optimist, an optimist who watched the same coach and 4-all star players make an incredible run to the finals last year. I believe in this organization/team (Owners, GM, Coach, and Players)!! Go Celtics!!! NOTE, Never underestimate the heart of a champion!
    Posted by BCSP[/QUOTE]

    I Love Your Attitude, Man.
     
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    Optimistic on one hand and puzzled on the other. Rondo is not playing like the Rondo of November and December 2010. I am wondering if it is mental, physical, or both? I would love to see him have a break out game!!

     

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