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Bulls-Celtics: Bad Decisions Lead to Bad Breaks and a Game Five Loss

Published by on April 29, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NBA

It's hard to criticize the decisions made by a coach whose team is not supposed to win. 

And yes, I am very aware that hindsight is always 20/20.

So you can call me crazy, but I struggled to understand just about every call made by Vinny Del Negro and his brain trust of unsuccessful assistants in last night's Bulls-Celtics Game Five.

Which choices in particular bothered me, you ask?  Well, here we go:

 

1) Paul Pierce, once he decides to stop flopping, is an assassin.

On the plays of each of his five consecutive makes towards the end of the game, Chicago's John Salmons could be found an extra step off of Pierce, respecting his speed to some extent. But a...

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