Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

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    Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

    I know he's not the big name some want for sure.

     

    but he is a big who plays defense and rebounds.

     

    final year of his deal and Milwaukee doesn't seem to play him much now.

     

    Dalembert for Lee would be about perfact I think salary wise too.

     

    of course Doc would have to play Barbosa some in that case, so who knows.

     

     
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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

    I would love Dalembert.  He plays D, he can board and he isn't that expensive, the Celtics wouldn't have to give up a ton for him.  

     
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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

    He is most practical choice

     
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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

    There is still a big hole up front.  The Celtics need a guy that block shot, board and get do that for 20 mintues a game, and fill in capably for KG if he gets injured. Dalembert is that guy.

    in 25 minutes a game career he averages 8 boards and 2 blocks a game. The Celtics have no one of thier roster that can produce like that in those areas.  Sully can board okay but with his size can not ever be a strong interior presense on D.

     
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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

    Snake we have talked about this for a while now.  I agree Dalembert would be a good pickup, especially if it doesn't disrupt what we have going now.  He supplies exactly what you said he does and that is exactly what we need out of that position.  He also has a decent shot.

     
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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

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    Bradley and Sullinger are the final pieces.

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    Kirk, you just don't get it do you?   Garnett and Sully can't be the only bigs we have fighting down in the post area.  They just can't do it.  Collins gives a little help but is a 3rd stringer at best.  We need some size, period.  One little ankle sprain or foul trouble and we are downsized to small ball.  Everyone here knows how you love small ball.  Is that what you want?  I repeat Collins is the only other big we have and he won't cut it.  How many times have  you said Green can't play PF?  Well thats our next big man, because Bass isn't it either.  Are you going to complain when Doc goes small?

     
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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

    I think it's going to be Bass, Lee and #1 to the Jazz for Al Jefferson. Then next year Ainge tries to resign Big Al

     
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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

    After watching Melo last night, I think he will be a big part of the solution by seasons end! 

    With that stated, Dalembert would be a great addition. Question, will the Bucks participate in a trade that makes the C's stronger?

     

     

     
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    I think it's going to be Bass, Lee and #1 to the Jazz for Al Jefferson. Then next year Ainge tries to resign Big Al

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    I like this trade scenario allot! 

     
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    I think it's going to be Bass, Lee and #1 to the Jazz for Al Jefferson. Then next year Ainge tries to resign Big Al

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    I like this trade scenario allot! 

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    That scenario is NOT possible. 

    Bass(6m) and Lee(5m) will only total 11m while Al Jefferson's salary is 15m. Salaries don't match.

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    Fierce who would we have to include, Collins? 

     
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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

    I don't think we can afford to trade Green at this point. He's too valuable backing up PP.

    Dalembert doesn't provide the presence we need on offense/defense. We might as well bring up Melo if Dalembert is the option.

     
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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

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    Bradley and Sullinger are the final pieces.

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    You're such a flip-flopper, Kirk!

    Re: Celtics go small, lose again

    posted at 12/15/2012 1:52 AM EST

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    You didn't see the last 5 minutes when Doc played Wilcox and KG together? 

    That didn't work either.

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    That was stupid as well.

    Garnett, Wilcox, or Collins should be in the game at all times to defend the rim.

    When you see an undersized rookie forward playing center for the Celtics, the game is over.

    It doesn't work, yet Rivers keeps doing it.

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    Kirk do you understand the season is over if KG goes down?  And that Collins and Wilcox do not provide in a fraction of what he does? Without KG we are a sub .500 team.  Can't you see that?  

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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

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    Bradley and Sullinger are the final pieces.

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    You're such a flip-flopper, Kirk!

    Re: Celtics go small, lose again

    posted at 12/15/2012 1:52 AM EST

    • Kirk6
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    In response to Fierce34's comment:
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    You didn't see the last 5 minutes when Doc played Wilcox and KG together? 

    That didn't work either.

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    That was stupid as well.

    Garnett, Wilcox, or Collins should be in the game at all times to defend the rim.

    When you see an undersized rookie forward playing center for the Celtics, the game is over.

    It doesn't work, yet Rivers keeps doing it.

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    Kirk do you understand the season is over if KG goes down?  And that Collins and Wilcox do not provide in a fraction of what he does? Without KG we are a sub .500 team.  Can't you see that?  

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    If KG goes down it's over with or without Gortat.

    Wilcox, Collins, and Melo can backup KG in the playoffs.

    We don't need a trade.

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    We aren't talking about Gortat.  

    Dalembert is much, much better than Melo, Wilcox and Collins.  

     
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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

    This team is built for this year and next year. Rondo, Bradley, Green, Bass, Sully and Lee will be the core of this team next year.  KG and Paul will play a lot less minutes next year. THis team is flat out good.   

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

    I've thought that for a few years.  He actually got off the bench in Milwaukee's last game for the first time in about a month.  Wondering if we would see the Dalembert of 5 yrs ago with KG up his ass.  Milwaukee has alot of possible moving pieces-could see it happening.

     
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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

    I'd really like Dalembert. To compare him with Melo at this point is just silly.

     
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    Re: Anyone else think Dalembert could be the final piece this year?

    In response to Fierce34's comment:
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    Dalembert for Bass and a draft pick. But Bass doesn't go to Milwaukee, it has to be a multi-team trade.

    Lee is playing well and it looks like he's worth keeping.

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