Fiddlin' and Diddlin' - Daily Links 5/22
Thursday, May 22, 2008
by FLCeltsFan 11:43 AM
Herald Paul Pierce has long memoryDoc Rivers lets actions speakRajon Rondo knows Chauncey Billups battle far from overFL's Take: If it was the hamstring that was bothering him in game 1, Billups will continue to struggle, but if it was just rust on his game, he will come out stronger in game 2. He did seem to play better in the 4th quarter than he did in the first 3, so I wouldn't count him out. Kevin Garnett, Rasheed Wallace see eye-to-eyeRay Allen will keep shooting until something goes in FL's Take: If it is mental, I think Ray will start hitting his shots again as he can work through the mental problems. But, if it is an injury that he hasn't mentioned, he will continue to struggle. Personally I think it is mental and he just needs to keep doing positive things to get back into the game. Chauncey Billups plans aggressive approach Kobe, Lakers rally to stun SpursFL's Take: This is an object lesson that you can't ever let up. No lead is safe in these playoffs. Even in Boston, you can’t go home againGuards like Pistons’ Rodney Stuckey are invaluable Charles Barkley, Tim Donaghy issues need addressing Pistons’ offense and defense both need tweaking against CelticsGlobe Intense imagesFor record, these four are best Beware the danger gameFL's Take: Hopefully the Celtics aren't over confident after the game one win because the Pistons played terrible and yet they were still in it most of the game. And, as seen from the Philly series, they can lose the first game and then pour it on to win the series. Expect a better BillupsGomes maintains a rooting interestFL's Take: I wouldn't mind seeing Gomes back with the Celtics. He is a class act and I think he could help this team. Today's activities Pistons tune up for game 2 MetroWest Daily Celtics: Doc's cred on rise in postseason FL's Take: The Pistons will make adjustments going into game 2 and it will be up to Doc to counter with adjustments to the Celtics attack. The biggest test of his coaching is yet to come. CelticsBlog Celtics Stuff Live tonight pregameOdds and ends three pointersLate game rhythm for the MVPAppreciating Kevin GarnettLOY's Place Random thoughts 5/22Celtics 17 Regarding Ray Allen: some folks know betterHoopsworld Pistons can't play horrible Power rankings - Celtics #4 Worcester Telegram Celtics so far outing DetroitPerkisabeast About last night, the no fireworks edition Eagle Tribune Has Doc healed Celts wounds? Odd Jack Can the Pistons win game 2 and beat the Celtics? Runnin' the Point PG look: Detroit - BostonDetroit Bad Boys Doc or Flip?Glen Davis has soft hands (and bad timing)Hartford Courant Allen continues to struggle in the playoffs Detroit Free Press Pistons planning on keeping Pierce out of the paint for game 2Boston fans scrutinize him, but Doc Rivers answers with victoriesBillups reports no injury setback, hopes to be more aggressive tonightGlen Big Baby Davis wears nail polish?Pierce on KG and Rasheed WallaceOn Sheed getting dominated by Kevin GarnettConnecticut Post Come together right now over Ray Patriot Ledger Celtics being patient with Ray Allen's shooting slumpNY Times Celtics still counting on Allen to score Lawyer and NBA are trading insults Human Victory Cigar Transcripts of press conferences of various players Parquet Pride I could watch the Celtics intro all day Red hot Paul Pierce playing at superstar level MLive Detroit disappointed in defensive effort vs Celtics Pistons success starts with their guards Pistons leave McDyess open against CelticsSI.com Allen will keep shooting until something goes inThe Fein Line Another good start for the CelticsCBS Sports Dogs and cats living together ... And I like these CelticsStabbone and McGraw 10 reasons the Cavs aren't still playingNECN Rondo: We want to stick to our game planFL's Take: If the Celtics play their game with swarming defense and good ball movement, they are hard to beat. But, too often they let the other teams take them out of their game play with tough defense on the other side. The Pistons are capable of playing very tough defense and the Celtics must stay focused and stick to their game. Eddie House: We're in store for another good gameFull Court Press The curse and the cure on Ray Allen Sports of Boston Celtics four point playHoopsAddict He had gameBusted Play The Boston Celtics bad on the road, indestructable at homeRed's Army Pierce's preparationPoisonous Paragraphs Jungle warfareMarket Watch Prospect of Lakers-Celtics final has ABC and NBA droolingSons of Bill Simmons Has Jesus become Judas? LeBasketbawl 10 ways to get Ray Allen back on track Philly.com NBA insiders challenge Donaghy's arguments USA Today Bill Russell tops Celtics' list of legends Courtside View Wednesday practice update: staying on guardGreen Bandwagon They are what we say they are? Players and their reputations Parquet Wishes Off to a good startWicked Good Sports The heart of a championMetro Experience has made them richProJo Celtics expect a different Pistons team in Game TwoPistons upset with themselves over lapses in game 1Sports Network Celtics attempt to take 2-0 lead over PistonsSlam Quote monger: You never know[Discuss this topic on the Celtics Green Forums!]
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