A TRADE THAT DANNY AINGE SHOULD TRY TO MAKE

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    A TRADE THAT DANNY AINGE SHOULD TRY TO MAKE

    IFAinge really wants to trade Rondo then i have the perfect trade for the celtics and it helps other team as well. Rondo and Wilcox for Derek Favors and Devin harris. and a #1 pick. now I dont really like devin harris but favors would really help the rebuilding process especially with little to no shot at D.Howard. the jazz have four quality big men and terrible back court play and could really use a rondo who i think woukd really help them. And if we also got that top pick we could be lethal next year.

     
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    I agree that this is the time of year to acquire first round picks, before the value of them skyrockets.

    Jazz also own Warriors first round pick.

    This draft is going to be crazy deep. The more picks the better.

     
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    In Response to Re: A TRADE THAT DANNY AINGE SHOULD TRY TO MAKE:
    [QUOTE]I agree that this is the time of year to acquire first round picks, before the value of them skyrockets. Jazz also own Warriors first round pick. This draft is going to be crazy deep. The more picks the better.
    Posted by arodrambone[/QUOTE]

    Latest word is the draft isnt nearly as "deep" as experts thought it would be.
     
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    "The 2012 NBA draft is shaping up to potentially be one of the best draft classes in recent memory. The talent pool is deep with an extremely strong group of prospects expected to land in the draft lottery.

    Even teams picking late in the draft will still have a deep list of prospects to choose from, and there's something for every team no matter where they're picking.

    As the saying goes, you can’t teach size, and there’s a plethora of talented big men available this year. This injection of big men into the NBA could shift the landscape from the point guard-heavy play that has been dominating the league as of late."

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1036532-2012-nba-mock-draft-predictions-for-the-entire-first-round#/articles/1036532-2012-nba-mock-draft-predictions-for-the-entire-first-round

     

     

    Just look at any of the draft web sites, and look at the physical talent of guys even into the second round.

    http://nbadraft.net/players/tony-mitchell

    http://nbadraft.net/2012mock_draft

     

    Ballers everywhere. If we want to get younger, more athletic, and better defensively at spots, this sure looks like a good year to have multiple picks, almost regardless of who stays in school.

    Solid role players abound well into the second round.

     


     
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    its  not just about the pick derek favors is going to be something special and could learn from K.G
     
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    In Response to Re: A TRADE THAT DANNY AINGE SHOULD TRY TO MAKE:
    [QUOTE]"The 2012 NBA draft is shaping up to potentially be one of the best draft classes in recent memory. The talent pool is deep with an extremely strong group of prospects expected to land in the draft lottery. Even teams picking late in the draft will still have a deep list of prospects to choose from, and there's something for every team no matter where they're picking. As the saying goes, you can’t teach size, and there’s a plethora of talented big men available this year. This injection of big men into the NBA could shift the landscape from the point guard-heavy play that has been dominating the league as of late." http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1036532-2012-nba-mock-draft-predictions-for-the-entire-first-round#/articles/1036532-2012-nba-mock-draft-predictions-for-the-entire-first-round     Just look at any of the draft web sites, and look at the physical talent of guys even into the second round. http://nbadraft.net/players/tony-mitchell http://nbadraft.net/2012mock_draft   Ballers everywhere. If we want to get younger, more athletic, and better defensively at spots, this sure looks like a good year to have multiple picks, almost regardless of who stays in school. Solid role players abound well into the second round.  
    Posted by arodrambone[/QUOTE]

    The article you linked from Bleacher Reports is from January. Many of the top college players have not played as well as expected.
     
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    In Response to Re: A TRADE THAT DANNY AINGE SHOULD TRY TO MAKE:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: A TRADE THAT DANNY AINGE SHOULD TRY TO MAKE : The article you linked from Bleacher Reports is from January. Many of the top college players have not played as well as expected.
    Posted by Mark from Ct[/QUOTE]

    If many of the top players play more like mid-first round picks, instead of top 5 types, that only benefits a Celtics team drafting twice in the bottom 20.

    Most "experts" definition of a deep draft is it having more than a couple franchise type players to write endlessly about. They don't actually look beyond the biggest names and spend time thinking about how many possible/probable nba rotational players there are in a class.

    Terrence Jones, PG3, and Austin Rivers might not be playing like top 5 picks, but that is of little concern to teams drafting outside the top 10, who aren't expecting franchise players anyway.



     
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    In Response to Re: A TRADE THAT DANNY AINGE SHOULD TRY TO MAKE:
    [QUOTE]"The 2012 NBA draft is shaping up to potentially be one of the best draft classes in recent memory. The talent pool is deep with an extremely strong group of prospects expected to land in the draft lottery. Even teams picking late in the draft will still have a deep list of prospects to choose from, and there's something for every team no matter where they're picking. As the saying goes, you can’t teach size, and there’s a plethora of talented big men available this year. This injection of big men into the NBA could shift the landscape from the point guard-heavy play that has been dominating the league as of late." http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1036532-2012-nba-mock-draft-predictions-for-the-entire-first-round#/articles/1036532-2012-nba-mock-draft-predictions-for-the-entire-first-round     Just look at any of the draft web sites, and look at the physical talent of guys even into the second round. http://nbadraft.net/players/tony-mitchell http://nbadraft.net/2012mock_draft   Ballers everywhere. If we want to get younger, more athletic, and better defensively at spots, this sure looks like a good year to have multiple picks, almost regardless of who stays in school. Solid role players abound well into the second round.  
    Posted by arodrambone[/QUOTE]


    Yeah I read that too but there have been more recent articles that say otherwise and here is one:
    At least one NBA general manager has not been overly impressed so far by the potential 2012 draft class.

    "Everyone talks about how great this draft is," one NBA GM said. "On paper in July, it really looked that way. On the ground in February, I'm not that impressed. Anthony Davis is great. But after that, there are a lot of question marks and a surprising lack of depth. I'm not sure that the 2012 draft will be better than the 2011 one."

    North Carolina’s Harrison Barnes, Baylor’s Perry Jones, Ohio State’s Jared Sullinger, and Kentucky’s Terrence Jones have failed to show significant improvement from one season to the next while UConn's Andre Drummond and Duke’s Austin Rivers have failed to live up to the hype that surrounded them.

    Only two freshmen, Kentucky’s Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Indiana's Cody Zeller, have exceeded expectations.
     
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    LOL Devin Harris. Dude is a scrub. Your crazy.
     
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    I don't think you  have a super grip on how Ainge will go about this. 

    Ainge would trade Rondo but not just for a number one draft pic and guys with potential. 

    Here's an example of what Ainge would do: 

    first, trade Ray Allen, then get a player and number one draft pick in return. 

    Package that pick, and Rondo, and KG, for Dwight Howard, etc. So in my opinion Ray Allen is the first chip to fall if it does - Ainge then gets a better trade asset he can package with Rondo. 

    Will be interesting to see how it plays out...
     

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