Austin Rivers days are numbered with Pelicans

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    Austin Rivers days are numbered with Pelicans

    Now that the Pelicans have traded for Jrue Holiday and are about to land Tyreke Evans...Rivers looks like he could be dealt. They still have Eric Gordon who could get amnestied.

    Doc your son will be available

     
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    it would be nice if the c's could pick him up we would have to get rid of a few guards ourselves he wont be worth that much 

     


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    There is a reason why he is available for cheap.  His style of play is not very Celtics like and very deficient on D.  He got picked high because of the hype.  I don't see why the Celtics would care for him.

     
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    The Pelicans have a need for a SF.  Would they be interested in Gerald Wallace contract?

    Rivers could be part of the package back.  We do need a back-up PG after all. 

     
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    In response to Big j's comment:

    it would be nice if the c's could pick him up we would have to get rid of a few guards ourselves he wont be worth that much 

     


    Boston Celtics, and Bruins fan till i die!

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    +1.. y cant we get him? DA liked him, still deeloping, exactly what we need in terms of scoring!

     
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    Austin Rivers days in the NBA are numbered.

     
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    In response to scubber's comment:

    There is a reason why he is available for cheap.  His style of play is not very Celtics like and very deficient on D.  He got picked high because of the hype.  I don't see why the Celtics would care for him.



    i agree...i don't want him...

     
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    I think the Pelicans are keeping Gordon. Thats going to be a solid guard core of Evans, Gordan, Holiday .... with Rivers as the 4th guard?

     

    I read that Holiday Gordan and Evans all grew up playing AAU together, so I'm excited to see some chemistry there. The West keeps getting better every day!

    Seriously when the Suns and Lakers are the two worst teams in your conference, its a pretty good conference. Its going to be a 5-way race for the 8th spot this year between Utah, Minny, NOLA, Portland and Dallas.

     
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    Austin Rivers days in the NBA are numbered.



    Right.  He was a product of hype.  If he stayed in college another year, his draft value would have dropped....alot.  39% shooter in college?  No thanks.  Very overrated.

     
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    Re: Austin Rivers days are numbered with Pelicans

    The Clippers just traded Bledsoe.  Don't thet need a back-up PG?  He won't be out of the league..just need to call daddy. 

     
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    The problem is he is not a PG, he is a shoot-first SG.

     
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    My take is if Dunleavy's aweful stiff of a son can stay in the NBA then I see no reason why rivers kid can't.

     
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    In response to chris33's comment:

    Austin Rivers days in the NBA are numbered.




    ZACTLY- austin has a big problem- he stinks!!!  doc was about an average NBA PG back in the 80s.  probably above average on D and average everything else.  his son is a royal mess.  35% FG shooting on a basement team and 50% FT shooting from a supposed marksman?


    he'll get one go around in the D league and then off to iran to play a season or two as 12th man

     
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    Dont be surprised if Doc already has the wheels moving to pick up his kid for the Clips... I hope he does, would show that they both dont belong in the nba

     

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