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How much longer will the streak last??

  1. 10-12 game winning streak

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  2. 13-15 game winning streak

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    10.5%
  3. 16 +

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  1. JAYHAWKS34

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    I’m guessing it will go till 13, but if we can take out NO on the 12th it is possible that it could last until Christmas when we play the Lakers…….. that would make for some drama
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    I can't see us losing another game this year. ;)
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    That’s the optimism I like to hear:cool3:
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    currently 12 and counting, nice shot by Pierce to send the game into OT
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    Damn Pacers played us tough again.
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    I know this sounds crazy but the game vs the Wizards tonight might not be easy as one would think.

    The Wizards are currently 4-15. Butler and Jamison are two very good players.

    A win tonight would mean the Celtics are off to the best start in franchise history.
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    I'm happy to see I'm wrong so far, the C's are playing some good D and are up 15 after 1.
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    Close one, 34 point squeaker.
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    I guess they finally solved the Wizards :D
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    Lol, although I was getting a little nervous in the 3rd when they were mounting a comeback, but House put my worries to rest with 1,000 3’s in a row
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    14 games, one game away from tying the best start in NBA history. (23-2, '96 Bulls)
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    Not what this says:

    The Celtics' 122-88 thumping of the Wizards on Thursday added another historic notch to Boston's 2008-09 campaign. With 21 wins in their first 23 games, the Celtics eclipsed their franchise record for the best start to a season. Six more wins against New Orleans, Utah, Atlanta, Chicago, the Knicks and Philadelphia -- five of them at home -- and they'll stand alone atop history, besting the 1969-70 Knicks and the 1966-67 Sixers, who each started 26-2.


    ESPN - Daily Dime: Celtics make franchise history - NBA
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    This would be a nice feat
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    14 and counting

    Upcoming victims
    UT
    ATL
    CHI
    NY
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    your talking to yourself lol
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    your a tool
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    wow your a sensitive little fellow.
    :D lol
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    One down, three to go. Any updates on Pierce?
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    pierce said he was ok at the post game press confrence. he said he should play wed in atlanta. thank god.
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    #15 Jersey

    Pierce's number will be retired when it is all said and done. He'll be one of the all-time leading scorers in Celtics history, and have a large part in multiple championships. Having said that, he has a tendency to be over the top on injuries. Call it what you want, but inside his head there's something going on that he feels the need to embellish an injury. Doesn't take away his greatness, but it just kind of odd. So when he got hurt last night, even though it might have been 100% legit, my first impulse was a shrug.
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    what makes you think you know whats going on in paul pierces head? do you have access to his medical files? now ive heard it all:rolleyes:
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    Although I do grasp your point, it did look bad on the reply
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    #15 Jersey

    What's going on in Paul Pierce's head, gee, I'm not sure. However, when he showed up in a post game news conference with a bandage wrapped around his head from a foul committed in that game, that was my first clue that he's not "perfect from the line". Thus, when he was helped off the court in last year's playoff game and miraculously returned moments later, it was Paul being Paul. I'm not saying he doesn't get hurt, just saying he's prone to be overly dramatic, and for that, I don't need any one's medical files.
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    Nobody's perfect. That's our finals MVP you're talking about. Like this guy says:

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    Not sure what your point is, like I stated, he's not perfect from the line and he'll go down as one of the greatest Celtics, but that he is overly dramatic. Which was my point from the first injury post.
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    well thats your opinion and i think its BS. your opinion is based on nothing but your speculation and zero facts. its unfair to judge anybody when it comes to injuries. what does overly dramatic mean anyway? when he gets hurt he fakes pain?:rolleyes: give me a break
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    I can always count on a good response from Captain Insano. So in your opinion, why was Pierce's head wrapped with a hideous bandage after the playoff loss to Indiana? BTW, I can provide plenty of articles in which reflect my opinion on this matter.
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    provide all the articles you like they are opinions just like yours not factual. i can provide articles from some people that think our government was behind 9-11. does that make it a fact? i hate to break this to you but there is no way you can prove that pp is overly dramatic lol. i have no idea why pp wore a bandage on his head im not a mind reader. what is overly dramatic? you never did respond to that question. is it faking pain? did he fake pain last night when a Utah player fell on his knee? did he say to himself gee this is a good time to fake more pain then im really in? you are beyond belief:rolleyes:
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    #15 Jersey

    Comparing my opinion on Pierce's drama tactics to 9/11 conspiracy theories gives your forum name credibility. Considering this is so obvious as well as the last time we disagreed (Big Baby crying) despite all the basketball world spouting my opinion, you should just give it a rest. But hey, people need a good laugh in the morning.

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