Boston Celtics Bow Down to the King
All the King’s horses and all the King’s men had scrambled Celtics for breakfast, again? OK, that doesn’t make sense, but neither does the Boston Celtics losing to the Cleveland Cavaliers. It’s obvious that Lebron James is the best player in the league and if I were to start a team, I would take Lebron as my 1st pick. As for Boston’s big 3, KG, PP, and RAY RAY, what happened? They couldn’t stop Zydrunas Ilgauskas, the oldest 32 year old I’ve ever seen. Drew Gooden chipped in another 24 points and 13 rebounds and well, there you have it. It’s not time to panic or anything for Boston, because they still have the best record in the league, BUT, where is the supporting cast. Rajon Rondo did have 6 assists and 7 rebounds, but 3 points in 44 minutes isn’t cutting it. Eddie House and Brian Scalabrine, MIA. On paper, the Celtics bench isn’t bad, with Posey and House. But they need to develop Big Baby Glenn Davis and give Gabe Pruitt some playing time. The Celts are going to make the playoffs but they’re going to need help from the rest of the team to win the title. Until then, ummmm, how about those Patriots.