How did Baker do?? Or did he sit out, due to his injured finger??Originally posted by <b>Matt85163</b>!
The Celtics ended up beating the Knicks by 12 or so, didn't look too bad.
Antionio McDyess had 17 points and 17 boards, in 32 minutes. 6-10 from the field, 5-12 from the line.
Originally posted by <b><<<D>>></b>!
How did Baker do?? Or did he sit out, due to his injured finger??
Originally posted by <b>aquaitious</b>!
Anyway here is a recap http://www.nba.com/games/20021008/BOSNYK/recap.html
I know it doesn't tell much but Baker (as I said earlier) was awsome.
Originally posted by <b>Brian</b>!
I don't think you can pull anything out of game much less a preseason game against one of the worst teams in the east w/out spree and not to mention probably in my opinion the worst coached team in the nba. Personally I wouldn't take anything positive out of this game...
We are just discussing our initial impressions of two teams that have made significant personnel changes. We know that these are exhibition games, not the NBA playoffs. We understand that preseason games are not good predictors of future performance(just look at how many so called "experts" picked the Jets to win the AFC East). But right now they are all we have, since the regular season hasn't started.Originally posted by <b>Brian</b>!
Unbelievable you are evaluating a trade on one preseason game against one of the worst teams in the east. I am sorry but preseason games arent the best pedictors of how a team is going to do. Evaluate the trade in april when they have played games that have mattered.
To me it sounds like someone has made their decision on whether it was a good trade or not based on one single exhibition game thats all I am saying. Isn't that kinda ludacris?The Kenny Anderson trade was a good move, afterall.