There's a breathless moment that many of us can take into account during our lives. Dreams we had during the days as a youth. Those dreams are long gone for many of us. There was always a plan "B", or even a plan "C" in certain circumstances when our dreams changed into something unreal. I would love for Danny Ainge to rub on his magic lamp again. I think most fans assume, and count me as one of them, that believe Ainge will magically rebuild this team in a blink of an eye. The Mavericks head coach believes Ainge could pull it off again.
From the Boston Herald's Steve Bulpett:
"Well, you know, they have a plan that they’re executing, and they have a vision of what they want to do,” the Mavericks coach said before Monday's 94-89 win against the Celts. “They’ve got a great young coach who’s going to be there a long time. And Danny (Ainge) has turned that team over once already into a championship team, and did it in very short order. They went from being a deep lottery team to winning the title the next year. So I know they’ll get it turned around quickly."
Is it okay that I feel a little dark, as if the moon gave no light to the night sky. Just darkness in my mind, a starless sky that seems never ending when your team starts over. A rebuilding process leaves fans humbled maybe, or just like a 30 point blowout at home. Fans start to walkout on their team. I think many of us wish and hope for Ainge to pull off the band-aid quick.
This season has slowly become unglued by each passing day. I can feel the wound tear and open again. Sometimes I fear that Ainge cant put it back together, and he'll need some kind of super glue to keep it from tearing more and more. As much as I hate Ainge sometimes. He's a mad man, wanting to have the best team in the world. I continue to dream that Rajon Rondo is apart of this dream, and I think his part in all of this will only help the Celtics sooner, rather than later.