By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs
The San Antonio Spurs (8-2) will visit the TD Garden tonight as they will face off against the Boston Celtics (6-5) in Boston.
The Spurs are coming off an loss to the Clippersdescribed as "embarrassing" by head coach Gregg Popovich while the Celtics are coming off a big loss to the Pistons, however, Boston has not played since Sunday and will be fresh for this game.
To get Spurs and Celtics fans ready for tonight's clash between these two veteran teams, I turn to friend of Project Spurs, John Karalis over at Red's Army, to talk about tonight's games.
John discusses Boston's early season performance, the Rondo-Parker matchup, Boston's weakness, and mch more.
Jeff: At 6-5 early in the season, are there concerns on the Celtics' play after 11 games?
John: The main concern is rebounding, which is nothing new, really, for the Celtics. They're horrible at it. It just kills them when they watch opponents extend possession after possession. Oh... and Jeff Green.
But overall, the Celtics really don't sound concerned too much about wins and losses at this point. Sure, there are things that they're trying to fix from game to game, but they will all tell you that it takes time to develop the chemistry necessary to integrate all these new players. Patience is being preached in Boston in a very big way.
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