There is a lot of fiction in the NBA relating to clutch shooting.

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    Re: There is a lot of fiction in the NBA relating to clutch shooting.

    If you look at the top 2 Celtics, Ray and Pierce, you can see that while Pierce has made less and attempted less he also had 9 game winning assists and 15 made game winning FTs.
     
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    Re: There is a lot of fiction in the NBA relating to clutch shooting.

    Thank you for that Paul Pierce moment.

    The most amazing piece of fiction is that Kobe is a clutch shooter.

    Both Fisher and Gasol are light years beyond Kobe.
     
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    Re: There is a lot of fiction in the NBA relating to clutch shooting.

    Thank you for that Paul Pierce moment.

    The most amazing piece of fiction is that Kobe is a clutch shooter.

    Both Fisher and Gasol are light years beyond Kobe.
     
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     I would rather look at the top 1 Celtic Ray!!  LOCKED AND LOADED!!
     
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    In Response to Re: There is a lot of fiction in the NBA relating to clutch shooting.:
    [QUOTE] I would rather look at the top 1 Celtic Ray!!  LOCKED AND LOADED!!
    Posted by kyceltic[/QUOTE]

    If that's the case then why did you want to trade Ray Allen for Danny Granger IN A MINUTE? You haven't answered that question yet.
     
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    Obviously Ray should usually be the man at the end of the game and at the end of quarters. Some times politics demands a different solution. Just ask Paul Gasol.
     
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    James Posey has a better game winning shot percentage than any current Celtic.

    It would be good to get him back before he needs a cane.
     
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    In Response to Re: There is a lot of fiction in the NBA relating to clutch shooting.:
    [QUOTE]James Posey has a better game winning shot percentage than any current Celtic. It would be good to get him back before he needs a cane.
    Posted by Jump-ball-overtime[/QUOTE]

    This may be true but he only shoots 35 percent the rest of the game.  Pass.

     
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    Re: There is a lot of fiction in the NBA relating to clutch shooting.

    In Response to Re: There is a lot of fiction in the NBA relating to clutch shooting.:
    [QUOTE]Obviously Ray should usually be the man at the end of the game and at the end of quarters. Some times politics demands a different solution. Just ask Paul Gasol.
    Posted by Jump-ball-overtime[/QUOTE]


    Ray is a better shooter but he does not create his own shot.  So, the ball should be in PPs hands because he can be a triple threat (drive, pass, or shoot) while Ray would be easier for someone to guard one on one.  Ray should be given the ball off of a pick or when his man goes to double team but as someone said...Paul is able to create the assist or the basket.
     
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    In Response to Re: There is a lot of fiction in the NBA relating to clutch shooting.:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: There is a lot of fiction in the NBA relating to clutch shooting. : Ray is a better shooter but he does not create his own shot.  So, the ball should be in PPs hands because he can be a triple threat (drive, pass, or shoot) while Ray would be easier for someone to guard one on one.  Ray should be given the ball off of a pick or when his man goes to double team but as someone said...Paul is able to create the assist or the basket.
    Posted by Celtsfan4life[/QUOTE]

    Some people just refuse to adhere to "The Truth", I guess.
     
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    Re: There is a lot of fiction in the NBA relating to clutch shooting.

    Cfan for life,

    I have no problem with Paul having the ball at the end of a game,as long as has the right mind set.
     

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