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Posted by Charles P. Pierce January 15, 2010 03:39 PM
Remember Don Cherry, the most mysteriously overrated coach in the history of Boston sports? Well, he's running a bit amok these days. And remember, as we all must when we think of ol' Grapey and his famous dead dog, that, in the biggest moment of his coaching career, Don Cherry couldn't count to six.
Listen to Charlie Pierce
“Still too early, but I share the concern. Would love to see the eventual second unit guys – Baby, Jeff Green, Arroyo, West and probably Kristic – get to play together. Rondo looks exhausted and it would be helpful if Doc could cut back his minutes. Also, I strongly suspect there were concerns that Perk was not the same player anymore.”
“Packer was serious about hoops. I knew it was a big game when Musberger/Nantz would call a game with Packer. He was old school so he took delight in fundamentals such as a pick/roll or boxing out a rebounder. I'm still a young kid, but I enjoyed his analysis.”