Typical Doc Rivers

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    Typical Doc Rivers

    The squad thats on the floor that gives the team the lead, playing well on both sides of the court and maintaining the game, floating on a lead, HE TAKES THEM OUT and puts in the ones that are usually struggling, having notorious bad games or has been getting beat. In the case tonight, the Bench had the biggest lead the Celtics had tonight and he takes them out, one by one and replaces them, especially with his little butt buddy of late, Rajon Rondo. Just pathetic excuse of a coach sometimes, really.
     
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    Re: Typical Doc Rivers

    Yea, you're right. No coach in the NBA would take his unproven bench out and put in his proven all stars and the team that got them to the second best record and let them try to take it home.  My gosh, how STUPID of Doc to even THINK of putting 4 all stars back in the game.  After all, they lost so many games this year by putting them back in.

    If he had left the subs in and they lost the game, you'd be the first person posting:  "Stupid coach, leaves his high paid talent on the bench and leaves these new guys/subs in the game to lose it.  What a pathetic excuse for a coach, sometimes, really."

    The starters failed, but you don't leave them out of the game.

    You need to think a little more before you let your frustrations allow you to write something this far off from reality.

     
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    Re: Typical Doc Rivers

    He could have left Arroyo in...
     

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