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Is Marbury and Moore the answer for the Celts.

Posted on: March 11, 2009 10:40 pm
 

 After tonights game I would have to say no...

Stephon Marbury and Mikki Moore did nothing for the Celtics tonight. I mean come on... Marbury only had 4 assists and Moore 4 rebound and 2 assists. This is not what we as Celtics fans expected from these guys. I hope they can turn it around soon cause we are not gonna get out injured players back for a week or two.

What do you guys think about the situation?

Category: NBA
Tags: Celtics
 
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Since: Oct 19, 2008
Posted on: March 13, 2009 6:00 pm
 

Is Marbury and Moore the answer for the Celts.

Very well said foulmaster15...

I agree with the faith you have in the Celtics. I hope your right and Stephon Marbury and Mikki Moore can find thier game for the Celts. I am sure they will at some point, but I hope its before Kevin Garnett comes back... That could be a while. Only time will tell. One way or the other I know the Celtics will make it work. 




Since: Feb 28, 2009
Posted on: March 13, 2009 12:06 pm
 

Is Marbury and Moore the answer for the Celts.

 I believe that Boston has become a the melting pot of the NBA. Anybody can come into this organization and succeed right now. Take having three legendary players, KG, Pierce, and Ray Ray all on one team. Usually that many great players means too many egos which causes problems. Yet they won a title. Right now Mikki Moore and Stephon Marbury are still trying to find their place in Boston and I'm extremely confident that they are going to find it once KG gets back and the whole team is 100 percent just before playoff time. Moore gives the Celtics another post guy that we sorely needed to give KG, Perk, and Big Baby a rest down the stretch. Moore is a quality player given the right situation. He'll pick up the pace. Marbury is also the backup point guard that we have needed badly for the past two seasons. With Marbury we can send Eddy House to the wing and let him shoot threes which he obviouly belongs doing. Marbury hopefully will give Rajon Rondo some pointers and can hopefully help refine Rondo into what looks like a pontentially great point guard who will have wars with Chris Paul in the future over who the greatest point guard is.



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