Boston, Bulls, Bad Blood Brewing


As a Celtic’s fan watching this series my dislike for this young Bulls team has grown. It looks like the feeling is mutual in the windy city…

PippenAintEasy.com writes:

I’ve got news for him and the rest of Boston: the Bulls have already won and you have already lost, regardless of who enters the 2nd round of the playoffs. That much is clear. But there is Garnett — not even playing — hollering ridiculous taunts from the bench and making those non-intimidating (save for Glen Davis) contorted faces. Look crazy Bro. They’ll think you’re so tough. The truth is, Aaron Gray currently has more license to do those things than you do. All it really does is make you look like an idiot.

I love how they are already cashing in the chips in Chi-town. They have given up on the series and decided to call taking 2 games from the world champions a moral victory in the long-run.

I have news for YOU; just as you state the C’s are without Kevin Garnett. This Celtics team is now a team that will have to battle for each and every playoff win. This team is still a good one but they are now beatable.

Garnett has proven to be a madman when he steps anywhere near the court but is extremely humble off it. His antics during this series are far less egregious than those of Ben Gordon and his infamous crotch grab.

I know I’m looking forward to some fireworks during game 6.

KG: Got the Ring, Still No Class [Pippen Ain’t Easy]

  • http://pippenainteasy.com Zoner

    Gordon’s grab was classless, no doubt about that.

    I’m not giving up the series; I just think it’s improbable that the Bulls take a game 7 in Boston.

    As for how the current Celts are composed, they have 2 HOFers, an excellent young center in Perkins and the best point guard in the league in Rondo. They also have their home court advantage. In other words, they are as stacked as anyone.

    I don’t dislike the Celts and I don’t dislike KG. I just think he is acting out of line.