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Trader Joe
04-14-2011, 02:43 PM
I’m going to go with the Celtics right now because of their experience and where they’ve been. The Bulls, they’re very talented obviously. They earned, and rightfully so, the No. 1 spot in the East. But you know, the Celtics you really never know with them. Last year everybody wrote them off, they were the No. 4 seed and they came within a few minutes of winning an NBA title. So they have guys that have been there many, many times before and they bring a lot of experience

http://proxy.espn.go.com/blog/truehoop/miamiheat/post/_/id/6079/chris-bosh-boston-not-chicago-is-tougher-test

I wish I could make thread titles green.

Shade
04-14-2011, 03:21 PM
Bosh and Granger should have an hour-long trash-talking special on ESPN.

BringJackBack
04-14-2011, 03:26 PM
I’m going to go with the Celtics right now because of their experience and where they’ve been. The Bulls, they’re very talented obviously. They earned, and rightfully so, the No. 1 spot in the East. But you know, the Celtics you really never know with them. Last year everybody wrote them off, they were the No. 4 seed and they came within a few minutes of winning an NBA title. So they have guys that have been there many, many times before and they bring a lot of experience

OHH SNAP!!.. This is bulletin board stuff for Chicago! Chris Bosh must be a terrible leader because he talked about future opponents!

Since86
04-14-2011, 03:37 PM
OHH SNAP!!.. This is bulletin board stuff for Chicago! Chris Bosh must be a terrible leader because he talked about future opponents!

I didn't see any mention of the Pacers. :shrug:

Kid Minneapolis
04-14-2011, 04:12 PM
Good stuff.

I'm still lost as to when obvious observations became "trash talk". Not like Granger or Bosh are both known for being stupid. They just made an observation and stated it --- "Chicago lacks experience, Boston has a ton of it". There's absolutely nothing incorrect about that, and it's definitely a factor to consider.

So, predictably, the man known affectionately as "Thibs" has probly stuck this on the wall of the lockerroom in size 400 flaming embossed font as motivational material and the entire NBA has now incurred the "wrath of Derrick Rose" for daring to question his as-of-yet unproven general awesomeness...

So cliche. I'm already sorta gettin tired of the Rose is God movement. Being awesome doesn't always bring home the bacon, ask LeBron, and for that matter, other teams are still allowed to exist and believe they can win last I checked, no matter how much their mothers are ashamed of their 37-45 record.

Let's just play some friggin' ball.

Trader Joe
04-14-2011, 04:28 PM
I mean we all bag on Lebron for not having won anything, but Derrick Rose hasn't even won a playoff series yet.

Slick Pinkham
04-14-2011, 05:20 PM
this reminds me of the Mr. Obvious show.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XZMC1M9o04

pacerDU
04-14-2011, 05:25 PM
I personally don't see anything wrong with what he said. As Kid Minneapolis mentioned, it's just a statement. There was no sense of combativeness or disrespect in anything he said.

The only way I'd think it was a bad statement is if the question posed to him was:
"Who do you think will win the championship?".

Doddage
04-14-2011, 05:54 PM
Bosh and Granger should have an hour-long trash-talking special on ESPN.
They must have some sort of a connection. Both make similar comments about the Bulls and both had terrible shooting games this season (Bosh 1-18 vs. Bulls, Granger 2-19 vs. T-Wolves).

oxxo
04-15-2011, 12:54 PM
Good stuff.

I'm still lost as to when obvious observations became "trash talk". Not like Granger or Bosh are both known for being stupid. They just made an observation and stated it --- "Chicago lacks experience, Boston has a ton of it". There's absolutely nothing incorrect about that, and it's definitely a factor to consider.

So, predictably, the man known affectionately as "Thibs" has probly stuck this on the wall of the lockerroom in size 400 flaming embossed font as motivational material and the entire NBA has now incurred the "wrath of Derrick Rose" for daring to question his as-of-yet unproven general awesomeness...

So cliche. I'm already sorta gettin tired of the Rose is God movement. Being awesome doesn't always bring home the bacon, ask LeBron, and for that matter, other teams are still allowed to exist and believe they can win last I checked, no matter how much their mothers are ashamed of their 37-45 record.

Let's just play some friggin' ball.

Just now? I got tired of the love affair with Rose a lonnnggg time ago :p I mean they're talking about his 3 pt shot as if shooting in the low 30s is an amazing thing. It's ridiculous how much the media can do for a player's rep.

CableKC
04-15-2011, 01:15 PM
I personally don't see anything wrong with what he said. As Kid Minneapolis mentioned, it's just a statement. There was no sense of combativeness or disrespect in anything he said.

The only way I'd think it was a bad statement is if the question posed to him was:
"Who do you think will win the championship?".
I agree with you.

I don't think that it's any dis-respect towards the Bulls. When it comes to the Playoffs in the East....for Bosh...it came down to playing a younger but tougher defensive minded Team like the Bulls...or playing against a tougher/playoff hardened Team like the Celtics.

It essentially came down to picking the prettier poison and Bosh pretty much chose the Veteran Team over the Defensive minded team.