City Navigator North America V2009 NT Full Version ((EXCLUSIVE))

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1.3.7 has been out since November and while it didn't fix the City Navigator North America NT's issues, it's official release is more.One of the biggest myths I’ve heard around the team is that a lack of offensive production is responsible for the Celtics failing to get past the first round of the playoffs. While that statement is blatantly false, the reasoning behind it was actually pretty good. The problem with the Celtics isn’t that they have no offensive weapons or that they don’t score. It’s that they don’t have enough offensive weapons. When you look at the standings and the reasons for the Celtics’ early exit in the Eastern Conference, you notice three things. First, they were a bad shooting team. Second, they weren’t the best team defensively. Third, they couldn’t hit their free throws. The Celtics shot a below league average 36.5 percent from the field, which is essentially why they played so many games below.500. Even with an amazing +3.21 net rating, their winning percentage was an unimpressive.438. The Celtics didn’t have the firepower to win late in close games, and it showed in the regular season. They were a.547 team in the fourth quarter of games where they had a lead of six points or less. That number dropped to.326 when they held a lead of six points or more. They had nowhere to go but out of the playoffs in a five-game first round sweep. They also ranked 21st in the NBA in defensive rating and that was without Al Horford. It’s almost shocking that the Celtics made the playoffs in the first place. But when you look deeper into why they lost, you see the problem. Per, Horford had the 12th-best defensive rating on the team and he was the only player on the roster who was an above-average defender. Horford’s lack of defensive impact was magnified by how poorly the Celtics overall defended. They were last in the NBA in defensive rating, and it was primarily Horford’s fault. The Celtics allowed 106.9 points per 100 possessions with him on the floor. It’s not like Horford struggled on offense. He averaged 15.5 points, 6.6 rebounds, and 1.2 assists per game. The




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