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  1. BradyManny

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    There was once a time when I would criticize Doc Rivers - not any more. The more I hear from him in interviews and while he is mic'd up, the more clear it is to me that he is preaching exactly what this team needs to here - and the team just doesn't listen.

    I don't know if its Rondo lacking confidence or one/all of the Big 3 failing to see the changing of the guard that must occur - but it boils down to this, and Doc is always saying this: when Rondo attacks and runs the offense, the team wins. It's that simple. Doesn't matter who they are playing, they will win the game. They got away from it in the 2nd half of the Cavs series, and it cost them the game. If they do it again tonite, it costs them the series.
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    If only these coaches would have a little Belichick in them...

    1st thing Doc needs to do is to bury Wallace on the bench ... put him in street clothes even.
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    He should just bury Wallace altogether. I really hate that man.
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    Wallace kept us in the game with the second team in the game last night.....I don't like all his antics but he is a solid player when he shut's up and plays...

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