what a suprise Boston 83-95 Bobcats
January 9, 2008 9:12pm CST
i can't believe that... they are homeside and give 13.5point distance to the guest,,how they lost that....LOL...
11 Jan 08
Yes,it give me a suprise too,but it's also believable. In the NBA,there don't have a long distance among each team.The time of the better skillful is more important in the match. Although Boston may be the best team in the NBA now,it's certain that yesterday they were not in the best states.And Bobcats caught the chance,so they gave the second failure to the Boston at their homeside.
10 Jan 08
it surprised me a bit. but seeing the bobcats stopped the nets the other night, they could beat anybody including the league-leading celtics. and they did. bobcats' players attributed their passion to win to michael jordan, who is a part-owner of the team. jordan has visited and even joined in the practice of the bobcats. this elevated the spirits of the team.
10 Jan 08
Exactly how I predicted it hours before the game started. With all the talks about Boston Celtic's race to 70 and with the comparison of all championship teams who started their season with a 30-3 record.. Thanks to Bobcats, the Celtics won't be too careless anymore. I think the game is about who the "hungrier team" is. And since Boston have been winning 9 straight games compared to Bobcats' losing record, they underestimated the Bobcats that's why they lost the game (at home!). Also, considering that the Celtics have rested a couple of days before battling with the Bobcats. It's just 1 game that they gave away. I hope they won't be too careless when they face NJ Nets on Friday. =Go BC! :)
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10 Jan 08
Its a surprise in a way. I mean even if the bobcats are in the gutter of the league.. they are still professionals.. Im sure that Ray Allen being out had something to do with it... At the very least its only the fourth loss for them, but its very suprising that it happened in their home floor. The C's better watch out, because with the slim depth that they hold, if they continue playing so potently, they may possibly burn themselves out. I mean they really cannot afford serious injuries to any of the big three. I mean who would sub for KG or Paul P.? Glen "Baby Shaq" Davis :)