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    if I am Dan Burke I want a raise he is in charge of the defense

    He was in charge of "D" under Jimmy too!

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    He was in charge of "D" under Jimmy too!
    I didn't want to be a downer, but we played good defense last year(pre coach vogal). Maybe thats why he kept his job?

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    I didn't want to be a downer, but we played good defense last year(pre coach vogal). Maybe thats why he kept his job?
    Yeh, Troy Murphy, Mike Dunleavy and James Posey were lockdown. Liked their 3's too.

    Of course, winning feels quite a bit better...

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    I've seen Gran Turino numerous times and, and we definately have a different perspective about Clint Eastwood's charter.
    Well, by the end of the movie, he's a much different person. But for most of it, he's crotchety and old and grumpy, and that's what I was trying to say. The Celtics are old and grumpy.
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    Yeh, Troy Murphy, Mike Dunleavy and James Posey were lockdown. Liked their 3's too.

    Of course, winning feels quite a bit better...
    None of those guys were starters on this team last year. Our problem last year was we couldn't score, thats why we played so damn much small ball(not saying this was the best answer). Do you have a problem with someone being accurate? I am talking about one of our currents assistant coaches here.
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    He was in charge of "D" under Jimmy too!
    you realize that he wasn't allowed to coach. Wells said he isn't use to going to a practice where the assistant can actually coach unlike the JOB years earlier this year he said that.


    It was just a comment trying to be funny but the defense has been pretty good for most of the time Burke has been with the team minus a few of the job years.

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    None of those guys were starters on this team last year. Our problem last year was we couldn't score, thats why we played so damn much small ball(not saying this was the best answer). Do you have a problem with someone being accurate? I am talking about one of our currents assistant coaches here.
    Dunleavy started 41 games out of the 66 he played, which is good for 72% of the time. How is that not a starter?
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    how could anyone be expected to coach these guys up on defense when they were expected to shoot the ball 6 seconds into the shot clock. How can you do it?

    Also how much could you expect from first year assistant coaches on the bench. Jimmy does what Jimmy does.
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    Well, by the end of the movie, he's a much different person. But for most of it, he's crotchety and old and grumpy, and that's what I was trying to say. The Celtics are old and grumpy.


    There are positives about about being crotchety, old, and grumpy.

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    you realize that he wasn't allowed to coach. Wells said he isn't use to going to a practice where the assistant can actually coach unlike the JOB years earlier this year he said that.


    It was just a comment trying to be funny but the defense has been pretty good for most of the time Burke has been with the team minus a few of the job years.
    Tyler Hansbro: "Vogel took over and he was the assistant who was always in the gym working me out so he knew what I could do and had confidence in me and played me and I began to develop my game in the NBA."

    Guess frank was never aloud to help develop these guys either. Who cares what Wells said.
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    How many titles do Kobe and MJ have without Phil? That argument works both ways..
    Do you really believe that Kobe or Jordan never would have won a championship without Phil? There's only been maybe 4 or 5 years of his career where he didn't just walk into superstar talent. I'll admit he does seem to have got a lot out of his guys, but I don't pretend like he didn't have a stacked team for most of his coaching career. Maybe others could have done just as good as he did under the same circumstances, hard to say can't really test that theory. I mean there were a couple of down years for the Lakers where it was pretty much just Kobe after Shaq left and they didn't really do much, hell even Mike Brown with just Lebron racked up 66 and 61 win seasons.

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    Tyler Hansbro: "Vogel took over and he was the assistant who was always in the gym working me out so he knew what I could do and had confidence in me and played me and I began to develop my game in the NBA."

    Guess frank was never aloud to help develop these guys either. Who cares what Wells said.
    There's a difference between working a player out and teaching them in practice.

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    There's a difference between working a player out and teaching them in practice.
    basically all Frank did was pass Tyler the ball to shoot that is basiclly an NBA work out(im sure that made Tyler happy though)

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