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Discussion in 'Sports & Training' started by belle155, Feb 20, 2009.
havent read anything online, wonderin if any boston insiders know whats goin on with KG
He's a Celtic...of course he's not really injured.
He should be ok, Ainge said he's not THAT concerned. And he wanted to play the 2nd half too but Doc didn't let him.. it's a long season.
1-4 week timetable he will miss the rest of the west coast trip so the next 3 games he's out
good one indeed......
Kiss away any chance of the C's getting home court advantage throughout the playoffs with best record in the league and also home court advantage through the east conference playoffs. Lakers & Cavs will probably finish ahead of the C's in the standings overall and both should win the east & west conferences.
This may actually help KG a little in that he can essentially rest for a couple weeks.
Whereas Ray and Paul are going to have to play a LOT of minutes if they want to still try to win games and get homecourt.
You know damn well they don't want no part of havin to play a 7 game series on the road vs Cleveland.
So they either push it hard to get homecourt, or they might as well play all their guys 30 minutes a night and just try to be rested for that series that willbe an absolute freaking joy to watch.
"we comin' for that numba 1 spot!"
Homecourt is going to be a lot harder now.
KG is the glue to that team.
But "By your powers combined, I am the Boston Celtics!"
Hopefully he's out for the season.
Not even that would help the Pistons, sorry.
This is big for the Cavs, we've had injuries all season and these upcoming weeks are going to be crucial part of the season.
hopefully longer... aim for that knee first game he comes back
well, that sucks. we're still the team to beat, once he returns.
well deserved injury. real talk
Yeah, this dude gets on my nerves a lot. guy thinks he's the best and that taunting he does, ugh
well, Suns gonna beat 'em tomorrow
I'm sure its one of these: