|Posted by shawn cassidy on December 2, 2012 at 12:30 PM|
Everyone feels something right now about the state of the Celtics. Some feel like this team has ran it's course. Some believe in another magical run that will result in banner 18 this time. Some love Doc, and some hate Doc.
With the Celtics being 14-14 who's wrong? I say nobody is wrong. If fans believe the Celtics will turn this thing around than they could be very well right. They've done it before. For those who believe this team is toast. You could be right as well. The Celtics have a track record of blowing the regular season, and turning it on. So fans have a point about t hat this team turning the corner when it matters.
People seek solutions or someone to blame to soothe their disappointments. That has been an easy activity for many, Panic? No. Unease; a queasy swell of uncertainty and discontent? I feel anger when I think of this team. I hate empty words, and we get that with this group.
I felt like GeeZee, and Paul wrote some good stuff yesterday. Both had different things to say, and to the point I'm trying to make. Nobody's wrong. The Celtics have turned seasons around, and the Celtics have been under performing at the same time.
Nature is not a mystery, curiosity, or perplexity. The fascination with the environment can be solved by looking straight down at a calm waters. We sit in awe of the things around us, but don't stop to think about the reality surrounding us.
The goal of nature is to reach a stable and comfortable state. The goal for the C's is much of the same. The disasters, wonders, amazement's and simplicities are all actions to reach a better means.
The most gruesome and devastating parts of nature have equally positive effects if looking at past and future. Nature is not to be viewed as a mystery, but as a school of higher personal history and future symmetry.
The Celtics are a mystery to me. But the issues or disasters are clear. The Celtics run the same old crappy offense that was built for Ray Allen. The Celtics continue to give up offensive rebounds, and second chance points. Because Doc wants the guys to get back on defense. The Celtics run small ball, and it doesn't work. The list can go on.