Fiddlin' and Diddlin' - Daily Links 1/19
Saturday, January 19, 2008
by FLCeltsFan 9:45 AM
Herald Powe! Celts’ second-half punch knocks out Sixers Big contribution a matter of time FL's Take: I have been on the Powe bandwagon since the beginning. Every time Doc gives him minutes, he has produced. From what the other players say, he goes very hard in practice and he makes a difference when he is in the games. Last season, when he got minutes and produced, Doc would say that he planned to play Leon more minutes and then would bury him on the bench again. We were out-rebounded and out-toughed in the recent losses but Doc didn't use Powe in those games even though he provides just what we were missing in those games. I don't expect to see Powe getting more minutes even though he has proved that he can make a difference. Allen’s game suddenly pure as a Ray of light FL's Take: Ray is finally playing like the player we knew he was when we traded for him. The nagging injuries - ankle and pinched nerve - were taking their toll even though he played through them and didn't make a big deal of them. He has said that he is feeling good again and it shows in his game. It isn't just his outside shooting that is making a difference but the fact that he is driving to the hoop and being aggressive as well. Garnett’s phoning it in, but only off the court Globe Sixers broken after break Rondo sets target date FL's Take: It would be nice to have Rondo back, but they shouldn't hurry him. He needs to be 100% because it is a long season and there is no need to rush him back and risk further injury. I like seeing Pruitt get some minutes and I have a feeling he will go back to the inactive list when Rondo comes back. Powe showed a lot of glass when called MetroWest Daily Powe powers C's past Philly FL's Take: Lots of love for Powe. Think Doc will notice and play him more? Celtics.com Live game blog Celtics 17 MIA to MVP LOY's Place Celtics explode in fourth to beat Sixers 116-89 Comments from the other side - Sixers Hoopsworld Powe electrifies Garden Rivers: Roy is an MVP player Seattle Times Szczrebiak unfazed by trade rumors, West out FL's Take: A Ricky for Wally trade would be an interesting twist. Celtics 24/7 C's spank Sixers in second half Enterprise Powe wows Sixers Worcester Telegram Celtics storm past Sixers House answers the starting bell FL's Take: House has done a decent job of starting in place of Rondo. I like him at the point better than Tony. His ball handling doesn't make me cringe. Bleacher Report Observations of a lifeless league Will the 2010-11 Celtics resemble this year's Heat? Philly Daily News Sixers hopes rise and then are dashed in a hurry Philly.com Sixers notes Comma Pause The Dunk Contest we would run - They need your input Depressed Fan The fateful fourth quarter Shamrock Headband Be sturdy The Big Green Machine Celtics dust off Powe Philly Inquirer Celtics surge and Sixers fall Yardbarker Who is the dirtiest player in the league?FL's Take: There are a lot of dirty players in the league. I think I would go with Bruce Bowen at the top. He consistently makes plays that could hurt players. Chauncey Billups is a dirty player too but he does it in a sneaky way so isn't always looked at as dirty. Of all time, I would have to put Bill Laimbeer at the top. I still can't stand that guy. Patriot Ledger Celtics being cautious with Rondo's injuries Maclean.ca Gino Vannelli, basketball icon ESPN Occupational hazard Lex Nihil Novi Agent O makes surprise appearance for Celtics 1986 C's down Denver to move to 28-8 Connecticut Post Celtics go postal in the 4th [Discuss this topic on the Celtics Green Forums!]
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