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Mo_fusion
Who can't wait for game 5 round here?! Long weekend planned around Raptors?
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moremilk
DocHolliday wrote:
<a href="https://www.nba.com/article/2020/09/05/celtics-raptors-game-4-analysis-0" target="_blank">https://www.nba.com/article/2020/09/05/celtics-raptors-game-4-analysis-0</a>


Not surprising, expected as much - even though it took a miracle shot for the streak to live.

The teams are too even, and too reliant on 3s in their offense - so it comes down to who can get better 3pt shots, but also a lot of luck.

Too bad we gave them a one game head start, but then again, we got lucky in game 3 - most likely it would have been 2-2 even if game 1 was closely contested.
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JeffB
https://www.instagram.com/tv/CEzIRbZn3vY/?igshid=1jqglns6fl4kz
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JeffB
https://www.instagram.com/p/CEz3OZ3Fq5A/?igshid=151fhymjc0ssl
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DocHolliday
https://ca.nba.com/news/nba-playoffs-2020-have-the-toronto-raptors-figured-the-boston-celtics-out/kew6a7tbuqd9zdt0xkjk0y73
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LX
moremilk wrote:


just saw this in the comments section on theathletic, I don't think it's a coincidence either. 

the longer a series goes, the more an advantage coaching becomes.


i think it speaks a lot to how he coaches. He puts an emphasis on progressing over time, rather than looking for the team to come out in some kind of peak form that is difficult to define before anything happens, or any cracks in the opposing team present themselves. So his gameplans at the start are probably pretty loosely defined and then firm up according to what works and what doesn’t. 
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