New Strategy For Next Season.

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    Mployee8

    It is so sad that you insist on acting like a fool. Fierce clearly showed that the Celtics main problem lies on the offensive rebounding department. It's just simple math, the Celtics' defensive rebounding fluctuated from 31.9 to 29.9, while the offensive rebounding numbers, from a high of 10.6 to a low of 7.8, went down drastically after 2009. Maybe you only finished high school, I don't blame you if you don't know what elementary statistics is.

     
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    If you raise your offensive rebounding numbers the opponent's defensive rebounding numbers go down. It's common sense.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: New Strategy For Next Season. : Again with the comprehension! The point made is that the avg defensive rebounding % is 73%+/- per team. the team that makes or exceeds that % usually wins and vice versa. Check our DR % vs the opponents, not the team totals for the answer. Never mind ... if you can't read you sure as heck can't do math ... later Perv34. Re: Josh Smith Prefers Boston posted at 6/21/2011 8:22 PM EDT   www.boston.com/community/persona.html?UID=7f55753848dead56fcea3701229e681a&plckUserId=7f55753848dead56fcea3701229e681a " /> Fiercest34 Posts: 1977 First: 3/24/2011 Last: 6/22/2011 Hey Rico, why did you hide your posts? WINK WINK
    Posted by Mployee8[/QUOTE]

    Stupid post!

    If the Celtics end up with more offensive rebounds that means the opposing team has less defensive rebounds. DUH!Yell
     

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