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FanPost Friday, Dec. 28

A few clips from the best FanPosts from this last week.

Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

Christmas was great wasn't it? Then last night happened.

* A Celtics Christmas * - CelticsBlog

Twas the night before Christmas, when all thru Celtic Nation, Not a fan felt the usual sense of elation. Tho' seventeen banners were hung up with care, Without number eighteen, the Garden seemed bare.

Fabricio Paulino de Melo - CelticsBlog

Sending Melo to the D-League was the best thing the Celtics could've done. It gives Melo an opportunity to play more and hone his skills. So far, Melo has been making progress.

Big Numbers - CelticsBlog

There has been a lot of talk the past week or so about trades. Nearly everyone seems to agree that we need a big, but which one. Everyone seems to have a favorite, so I thought it would be good to see how they stack up.

Simple Solution to a "Big" Problem - CelticsBlog

Were we able to get just anybody we wanted, my first choice would be Larry Sanders. His breakout this year pretty much makes him untouchable (the Bucks just picked up his option). His play though has also made Dalembert expendable for them. He gives you roughly the same points and rebounds in 17 minutes as Bass does in 26 and blocks right at twice as many shots.

NO "LAC" OF SKILL.... - CelticsBlog

Clippers' lead was in the 20s halfway thru Q4, Cs' starters out--Joseph and Varnado on the floor. Let's hope this game is an unfortunate blip, Cs will surely be better the rest of this trip.

No more denial... the window has closed (comments welcome) - CelticsBlog

The celtics are at a crossroads and It's crucial for Ainge to concede that the window has closed and position the celtics for a title run in another two to three years.. otherwise we will be paying for it with mediocrity for the foreseeable future (which I suffered for 20+ years)... we have a franchise player (Rondo) and maybe some other young pieces that you can build a team around...