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reggie miller!!

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have you guys heard he is contemplating a comeback with the celts. what do you guys think. if he is just a shooter it might work out, but i dont know what he would have left on d.

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I haven't heard this yet. He has had some time off(2 seasons), but he still would probably be a decent shooter.

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The style he played I think he could come back and be effective. He is a great shooter which he should still be able to do and he moves so well without the ball which is something that shouldn't have really diminished. He was always more of a savy player then someone who relied on speed and strength.

Defensively he should be able to hold up OK, I mean whens the last time you have seen an NBA player play shut down D any ways, its just not mandatory. With KG in the inside I think that should take some pressure off him.

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the thing the celts need is what KG has always needed around him.....a big man that can help him on the boards and play some D

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I think he could be a role player that play's limited minutes.

I guarantee he can still hit an open 3 with the best of them defensivley he would be a hinderance.

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I think he would be coming off the bench and maybe getting 15 to 20 minutes of playing time.

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He should just stay retired. Pippen sounds like a better comeback option for the Celtics.

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i've always liked reggie though. one of my favorite sports clips of all time is the one where he knocked down the 3 3-pointers in like 9 secs. classic.

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larry bird has got to be pulling his hair out.

i don't think they need reggie. with the guys they have, ray allen can go back to just being a shooter and let peirce and kg do the scoring. maybe i'm just a guy who likes to see a player play for one team his whole career after 13-14 years then retire. he does a good job on tnt and i love listening to him on the dan patrick show. i'm for no reggie comeback cool.gif

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Off topic- LC, do you know what happened to the Dan Patrick radio show? I always like listening to it, helped work go by quicker.

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He still has his radio show not sure where or when you listen to it but it is online or available in podcast form at ESPN.

Google "Dan Patrick radio show"

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he's on in cali at 11:00 i think

i miss kornheiser on the radio. he's much better on radio.

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I heard Dan patrick's last day will be around the 17th of this month. I don't know what he will be doing next. But I know he is coming back for one more show.

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