as predicted months ago, CELTS in fact going hard at DWIGHT the HOWARD!

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    Re: as predicted months ago, CELTS in fact going hard at DWIGHT the HOWARD!

    He's an attention seeker. He will go wherever he can get the most attention and he will milk the process for weeks to enjoy the limelight and having teams cater to him. 

     
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    Re: as predicted months ago, CELTS in fact going hard at DWIGHT the HOWARD!

    Your sources, require lithium, an effective treatment for voices in the head. 

     
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    Re: as predicted months ago, CELTS in fact going hard at DWIGHT the HOWARD!

    The whole idea that DH would be interested in coming to Boston is ludicrous, especially now that Rivers is gone as well as Pierce and KG. DH would want to come into a rebuilding situation as much as Doc was willing to stay here to rebuild once again. NOT HAPPENING !!

    And beside that point why would the Celts want a self centered the athlete who complains because his coach is "not showcasing his talent". That quote or close to accurate quote from DH shows once and for all he is as mentioned extremely self centered and not a true team player. Player like DH are not what the Celtics are about.  

     

     

    Just my extremely ignorant, conservatively liberal, all knowing, pervasive, practically meaningless and but extremely intellectual points of view.

    Hetch   

     
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    Re: as predicted months ago, CELTS in fact going hard at DWIGHT the HOWARD!

    Howard to Houston makes the most sense because the Rockets would immediately compete with him, he'd be on a younger team, he wouldn't be stuck in Bryant's shadow with an aging support cast (let alone in the shadow of the Clippers), he'd escape the disastrous coaching situation with D'Antoni, he'd carve his own identity, and the salary differential isn't all that much when you factor in California's higher living costs and 9.5% state income tax against Texas' lower living costs and 0% state income tax. It's a $12 million difference when taxes are accounted for, and that $12 million likely gets erased with the cost of index differential.

     
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