Tommy and Mike's Mailbag: Reducing turnovers
Sat, 8 Dec 2012|
Tommy Heinsohn answers your questions about Jeff Green's role and how the Celtics can reduce their number of turnovers.
Like I want to get good defense mailbag right here by TD bank Americas most of being evacuated -- Larry wants to know Jeff Green has great move to the basket would you like to see -- utilizes. War in one on one guy's place and it certainly would. Although -- Celtics don't particularly play one on one basketball. He's got a series on me opportunities and a match up Torre feels he has a tremendous advantage and I'd say eight out of ten times is kind of advantage in the matchup against whoever plays against them we've either got a sides. Mismatch in his favor our quickest mismatch in. Favorites and he knows how to use vote for the well once or Jeff Green. Ronnie devouring film. I'm -- salvage a decent number of turnovers. Thirty where there's a magic elixir yeah that Doc Rivers is gonna serve up for the locker room it's called. Turn over the ball. Drop -- John it's good lemonade we. I wasn't really disturbed with turnovers I always thought that if you're an up tempo team. Bob Cousy used to throw the ball over people's heads in the first quarter and then he growls at them that they were running faster -- So that was a turnover with a purpose and if you're playing an up tempo team you do have to turn over his feet and it paid the play is broken down. The people who are defending he would have to run real hard to break it up. And you get at least a stamina developing problem on the opposition just by running hard. And don't worry about Paterno. Good answer that nicely done and I could do it like any questions answered by Tommy it's easy all you have to do this send your question to Tommy in my mailbag -- liking -- at FaceBook dot com slash CSN and and the pregame live -- your hands. It's supposed to be right -- enjoyed the.