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Big Baby showing promise

By Tyler Mudrick
3/30/09

Forget about the mid season transactions for Mikki Moore and Stephon Marbury, we have plenty of support off the bench for the postseason and it comes in one man...Big Baby Davis. Over the past few weeks Baby has emerged as a trust worthy candidate for being able to take over the game with the second unit. And hes even been doing that lately playing with the first unit. Hes got great confidence right now and he is playing better than ever because of it. There is no hesitation or thinking about his game he is simply letting the game come to him, and it is greatly improving his play.

Big numbers and double doubles from Baby have kept the Celtics motoring through their injury plauged end of the season. The Celtics bench has gone from "laughable" (in some people's eyes) to incredibly legit. With a rotation of House, Marbury, Mikki, Powe, Walker, and a healthy Tony A and Scal along with Big Baby and his emergence, their is no need to worry about the lack of depth from the Celtics bench. Big Baby has proven he can score, hustle, and rebound, Powe and Mikki have proven they can do the same but not to the same extent that Baby has. With these guys in the big man rotation, other teams are going to have a rough time with the Celts second unit. Especially when each player has become such an offensive threat.

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