Louie wrote:I don't think chemistry will be difficutl as Garnett has been a very good teammate through the years and looks to get others involved, plus he is hungry to go out on top.
ST wrote:Louie wrote:I don't think chemistry will be difficutl as Garnett has been a very good teammate through the years and looks to get others involved, plus he is hungry to go out on top.
You could have said the same thing about Scottie Pippin, Hakeem Olajuwon and Charles Barkley with the Rockets, but they went out with a whimper. The Lakers were great on paper with Shaq O'Neal, Kobe Bryant, Karl Malone and Gary Payton, but got squashed by Detroit. On paper, Boston looks formidable (at least their three stars) but it takes more than that and IIRC none of these guys have ever played together.
On paper USA Basketball should have dominated the World Championships and the Olympics, but it takes more than a collection of stars to win a ring.
Even if Boston does win the East, I don't see them beating Pheonix, Dallas or San Antonio.
Louie wrote:I think I said that the attitude of Garnett, including his willingness to get others involved, may preclude chemistry problems. I don't think I said that chemistry problems can not exist on star laden teams.
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