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Pierce Pulls Green to Finish Line..

Just when you thought he was fading, the TRUTH stepped up big time. And it was not the Blazers or the Suns. It was a pretty good team with a great home record and one of the best Centers in the NBA. Listening to Scal we all now know that Big Al can't defend against the pick and roll. But, you still have to execute and most of all finish. The difference from the Portland game and last night was who came out early. Bradley and Lee were outstanding in the first quarter and set the tone for the rest of the night. The assist count from Pierce was the same in Portland and Utah. But the difference was the movement of the ball by Lee and Bradley. I really would like to see a stat that measures time a player has the ball at the offensive end. This team gets it and if anyone thought that Celtic Pride was fading, they only have to look at last night's effort. Tune in Friday when we see another demonstration of TEAM basketball.

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