Are the Boston Celtics Outdoing Themselves?

Mitch MathisContributor INovember 17, 2009

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After much hype for the Celtics before the start of the season, you have to wonder, are they disappointing Wallace? 

I ask this because what Celtics fans thought was a good move, (obtaining Rasheed Wallace) has been disappointing.  After what he said, "We are going to break the NBA record of 10 losses in one season," I wonder if the Celtics disappointing one month into the season?

I say yes, with already two losses, they are tearing a lot of people apart.  My problem is they said they were only going to lose 10 games, and they have already lost two games.

The big mssing piece to the puzzle is Rasheed Wallace.  After all the hype he had about himself, he is the missing piece in what many people thought was the best starting line in the league.

Although by far the best team, ask yourself, are these Celtics as good as expected?