Marcus Smart article

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Nov 27, 2007
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When healthy the Celtics are going to be a force. They could make the eastern conference championship without their two superstars.
 

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When healthy the Celtics are going to be a force. They could make the eastern conference championship without their two superstars.
Curious how strong of a push management will make for Marcus - an extremely talented team, but you need a guy like Marcus to set the tone. Coach is amazing, but it’s the buy-in from the team that produces results. Stevens and Smart have each others' back.
 

RutherfordFan

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A lot of parallels between Smart and Tony Allen.

Tony Allen helped the Celtics win an NBA championship four years after leaving Stillwater. It’s been four years since Smart left Stillwater...
It's misleading though cuz while he's not a great shooter. He has a broken finger so his current percentage is lower than typical for him.
 
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It's misleading though cuz while he's not a great shooter. He has a broken finger so his current percentage is lower than typical for him.
And as usual, you are wrong and did no research before you spewed diarrhea on this post. Smart is a historically bad shooter and has been considered so well before the playoffs.


Here is an article from November saying the same things.
https://www.celticsblog.com/2017/11...uld-marcus-smart-stop-shooting-boston-celtics
And Another one in December...
https://www.sbnation.com/2017/12/6/...shooting-stats-terrible-celtics-offense-works
But wait! There's more!
http://www.celticshub.com/2017/09/11/marcus-smart-ship-stevens/
I'm sure I could find more if I wanted to, but I have work to do.

I have considered blocking you on numerous occasions but sometimes I enjoy correcting your nonsense.
 
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Marcus Smart has played really well during the playoffs. He's had a big impact on the defensive end of the ball. The Cavs & Celtics are going to game 7 for a spot in the finals.

Here's a highlight of Smart blocking the best player in the world at the rim.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVa_B66YcY8
 

RutherfordFan

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And as usual, you are wrong and did no research before you spewed diarrhea on this post. Smart is a historically bad shooter and has been considered so well before the playoffs.


Here is an article from November saying the same things.
https://www.celticsblog.com/2017/11...uld-marcus-smart-stop-shooting-boston-celtics
And Another one in December...
https://www.sbnation.com/2017/12/6/...shooting-stats-terrible-celtics-offense-works
But wait! There's more!
http://www.celticshub.com/2017/09/11/marcus-smart-ship-stevens/
I'm sure I could find more if I wanted to, but I have work to do.

I have considered blocking you on numerous occasions but sometimes I enjoy correcting your nonsense.
Pfft. I didn't say he was a good shooter before. Im well aware. I've read many of those articles you cited. Just saying it doesn't help he has a broken thumb.