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How much longer will the ~new~ winning streak last?

  1. 10-12 games (Won't last much longer)

    25.0%
  2. 13-15 games

    50.0%
  3. 16-19 games

    12.5%
  4. 20+ games (Breaking previous franchise '08 record)

    12.5%
  1. Disco Volante

    Disco Volante Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Last one was made with 10 games and seemed to turn out well.

    With their win against the Pistons tonight, the Celtics are now on a 10 game winning streak for the second time this year.

    February Schedule
    2/1: Minnesota
    2/3: @ Philadelphia
    2/5: LA Lakers
    2/6: @ NY Knicks
    2/8: San Antonio
    2/11: @ New Orleans
    2/12: @ Dallas
    2/19: @ Utah
    2/22: @ Phoenix
    2/23: @ Denver
    2/25: @ LA Clippers
    2/27: Indiana
     
  2. Wildo7

    Wildo7 Totally Full of It

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    I'm personally hoping for 13-15 since I don't want another one hanging over their heads only to demoralize them again when they finally lose.
     
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    Allen's 3 with 0.5 seconds left earns the KG-less C's 12th straight win.
     
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    This streak only needs to last one more game. We need to make those purple types pay.
     
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    and pay they will
     
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    That was some great win, got to love Ray not just a great player but a great classy person of the court.
     
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    I think we'll beat the Lakers (without Bynum) at home, with KG back. The Spurs are no sure thing, but I'll be pleasantly shocked if the streak lasts through the grueling road trip coming up. I'm guessing it ends at 16 or 17, but the main thing is to have everyone healthy for the playoffs.
     
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    If they take care of business tonight (and they should), I see them losing to the Knicks tomorrow night due to a case of a massive letdown after the Laker game.

    Not to mention that roadtrip is absolutely brutal; back to back games twice and three in five nights, unreal.

    Nice going whoever the assclown is who drew up the schedule this year; it was probably a relative of RichPats.

    Speaking of which, has anyone heard from the stool sample since Bynam blew out his knee; after all, his arguement that the main reason the Lakers got blown out in the finals last year was mainly due to Bynam not being there and him being there this year was going to be the difference maker.

    How's that going to work out now Laker ballwasher?
     
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    Another streak ended by the Lakers.
     
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    That was some ridiculous Laker umpiring right there. Just ridiculous.
     
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    Un-f*cking real:mad::mad:
     
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    Let's just hope the hangover losing streak doesn't follow again.
     
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    Why would the home refs cut a break to the opponents? It happens. It's just one game.
     
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    Because the NBA Lakers suck ;)

    I'm not worried at all. Lucky bastards.
     
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    Unbelievable luck on their part. Thats alright, it can't last forever. We'll see you in the finals, Fakers. :D
     
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    That was pretty bad. The non-call knocking the ball out of Garnett's hands would have negated Garnett fouling out. The replay clearly shows Gasol hitting his arm. I was waiting for the replay on the Allan's last shot, but couldn't wait around as I needed to get up in the morning. All in all, not bad. Figure Garnett was gasping for breath from being hit with the flu and Kobe's not going to hit 3 pointers like that down the road. I'm more worried about Cleveland then I am about L.A.
     
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    Have to give the Lakers credit; they smacked the Celtics around at home, then came here in the middle of a road trip and beat the Celtics again in their house. They had nothing to prove last night and the Celtics did, yet the Lakers came up big and the Celtics did not.

    Someone please explain to me what the fvck Big baby is doing with the ball and the Celtics up by 1 with 16 seconds left? Pierce missed a free throw that would have put the Celtics up by 1, Kobe came down the floor and was forced into a bad shot, then with 7 seconds left, we couldn't get a shot off.

    This team is in dire need of scorer, and not just a guy who comes off the bench and heaves up threes. Rondo does a lot of good things out there, but he is not a scorer, period. They need someone soon to fill the roll as a scorer off the bench or they won't get by Cleveland, nevermind beating the Lakers in the finals. Should the two meet in the finals, the Lakers would be favored at this point.
     
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    I could care less if the Lakers are favored, how is that different from any other decade. Scal. would have been a good option, but he is also out. Not sure why House wasn't in there more toward the end. The Celtics had plenty of chances and were hacked a few times while Kobe was lights out on the three's. The Lakers had everything going for them and won by 1 point in OT...............
     
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    Once again, the team lost b/c they stopped moving the ball as a team and ran the offense through Pierce.

    In the rare instances in which this team struggles, it is so painfully obvious why they are struggling, that I wish I could smack the Big 3 and Doc Rivers in their respective faces - they've all played way too much basketball to not realize how the one on one/isolation offense creates a stagnant, ineffective offense.
     
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    Really wish I could tell you, his shot is blocked and he then proceeds to foul resulting in the winning points for the Lakers.
     

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