|Posted by B-PAUL on April 15, 2010 at 8:50 AM|
Here at Gino's Jungle we like to give credit to other Celtics blogs and news sources around the web. Although we do own our own blog we are constantly reading great material from other Celtics news sources. With that being said, we would like to take the time to recognize the great work that's out there and give you some good reads for your downtime. Here is today's daily dip of Celtics news.
Celtics Town (Jay King): Nate Robinson pleads his case to security man
"Nate Robinson was outside the team hotel, but forgot both his ID and room key. The security man, looking at a midget claiming to be a member of the Boston Celtics, was not amused by the “fan” “pretending” to be a Celtic."
ESPN Boston (Chris Forsberg): Postgame notes: Olivers opportunity
"The Celtics-Bucks tilt might have seemed meaningless to most, but for Oliver Lafayette, it was the opportunity of a lifetime. Lafayette, a 6-foot-2 guard signed by the Celtics on Wednesday with eyes toward competing for a roster spot in the summer, logged nearly 22 minutes of court time, while scoring seven points on 3-of-6 shooting with four rebounds and two assists."
CSNNE (A. Sherrod Blakely): Rivers: I haven't decided about returning
"Speaking Wednesday night, Rivers said publicly what sources and insiders had been saying privately: That he hasn't made up his mind whether he's coming back, that this a standard evaluation he goes through at the end of every year, and that if leaves it will be to spend more time with his family and not for another coaching job."
Celtics Hub (Zach Lowe): Getting to Know the Miami Heat
"This is, on paper, a very even series. The Celtics’ average per game point differential is +3.6; Miami’s is +2.3, but the difference can be almost entirely explained away by Boston’s early-season 23-5 rampage. Since then, their point differentials have been about the same."
Boston Globe (Dan Shaughnessy): Show time for Celtics
"Now it’s time. Now we find out if they can flip the switch, or if they’ve been kidding themselves over the last 5 1/2 months. We’re going to find out fairly soon if the Celtics are legit — or fraudulent."
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