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"IN RONDO WE TRUST"

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Basketball fanatic - all Celtics, every day. I'm from Latvia, which is a country in Eastern Europe, meaning that I have to get up in the middle of the night to watch C's games. But I still do it!

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Reply jlil89
3:23 PM on June 7, 2012 
I thought about the slow pace as well but I don't know... it still seems to fit in my opinion. The pace picks up just enough to emphasize our fight right back at the Heat. The slow start would encase the first couple games of struggle. It would make for a perfect setting. Show the emotion and despair in the faces of the Celtics, especially after Rondo's valiant 44 point effort.

Then when the song picks up at 1:51, that's when our energy back home does the same. At the 3:33 part, this is where our stand in Miami would take place when we beat them. The music speeds up more and is harder than the most of the song. This is where you can have faster clips of us owning them. (Vintage KG dunks, Rondo tip, etc.) It's pretty much the finishing move of the song. Then the end part, when it slows, is savoring the victory. Have clips of slow motion celebration, then the last sight is the saddened Lebron and Wade with the words "To choke you now".

Obviously most of the video would have to be in slow motion to catch on with the tone of the song, but you have to admit it would be beautiful. Maybe even throw in same color effects for the appropriate mood.

This all still depends on the outcome of this series but I hope I could have enlightened you in a nice direction with the same song still. What do you think? Of course I'm still willing to help otherwise or if you want more ideas/thoughts on what to add in when/where in the video.