Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

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    Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

    We take Kemba Walker and some salary match gar-bashge...
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

    In Response to Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick:
    We take Kemba Walker and some salary match gar-bashge...
    Posted by DaCeltics


    We have a point guard.We need a center and perimeter shooter.
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

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    In Response to Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick : We have a point guard.We need a center and perimeter shooter.
    Posted by debrit


    Kemba would represent the best player at that spot, after #7 this draft looks very "project" heavy.

    So the question is do we want a guarateed solid player out of this draft or not?

    Having too many good players,regardless of position is a problem I like.

    Potential 2011 Celtics roster:
    Depth chart-
    PG- Rondo, Kemba Walker
    SG- Ray Allen, Avery Bradley
    SF- Paul Pierce, Nick Young ( Jeff Green traded for)
    PF-Kevin Garnett, (Leon Powe/Reggie Evans/Kurt Thomas)
    C- J.O.(Deandre Jordan if we are fortunate),Shaq,Kristic

    Second unit-
    PG-Kemba (scoring/playmaking role/ ball hawk D)
    SG-Bradley ( make the SG's life a living hell driving to the basket and pressuring)
    SF- Nick Young (1st option on offense, and second option, curls and iso's)
    PF- Leon Powe ( taking charges and someone who loves points in the paint)
    C- Shaq ( another points in the paint beast)
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

    In Response to Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick:
    We take Kemba Walker and some salary match gar-bashge...
    Posted by DaCeltics


    This draft is so weak at the top. You don't want a pick after pick 4 in the top 10. Chad Ford said there isn't really much of a difference between pick 5 and pick 30 in this draft.  
     
    Brandon Knight is a better player ,then Walker.
    Walker has the prospects to fail imo.
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

    How about a sign and trade send BB & #25 to Sac for Dalembert and Thompson ? BB gets his wish and starts and we get a proven center and an excellent talent that would thrive under the tutelage of the 3 and Doc. A win win for everybody.
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

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    In Response to Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick : This draft is so weak at the top. You don't want a pick after pick 4 in the top 10. Chad Ford said there isn't really much of a difference between pick 5 and pick 30 in this draft.     Brandon Knight is a better player ,then Walker. Walker has the prospects to fail imo.
    Posted by notrade


    I think Knight needs better ball-handling...
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

    That's not enough to get to #7.

    BBD, #25, 2012 #1 for #7 may get it done

    Enes Kanter would be the pick.
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

    I like your thinking on this one, Da Celtics, but I'm afraid we'd have to give the Kings a pick to get them to take Baby. 
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

    Hahaha.  That is Sacramento's reaction to this one.  Big Baby for a #7!?!?  Get a grip.

    "Shaq is a Points in the paint beast"..... get a grip part 2! 
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

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    I like your thinking on this one, Da Celtics, but I'm afraid we'd have to give the Kings a pick to get them to take Baby. 
    Posted by BostonTrollSpanker


    Agree that they wouldn't want Glen Davis. 
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

    I would use the pick this year as 5 through thirty is about the same talent base.
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

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    That's not enough to get to #7. BBD, #25, 2012 #1 for #7 may get it done Enes Kanter would be the pick.
    Posted by BiasLewis


    Yeah except he wont be around by the 7th pick.
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

    In Response to Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick:
    We take Kemba Walker and some salary match gar-bashge...
    Posted by DaCeltics


    Exactly... Sacramento is looking for a player that has already shown what he is after 4 years (an overweight, class clown that is not disciplined enough to be responsible for his weight, and will wither once KG is not up his b utt and making him cry) and the 25th pick for a player that could actually help them going forward......

    So an irrelevant player and an irrelevant draft pick for a player that could actually help a team going forward..... I believe Ben Gordon was the 7th pick overall as well...... there is not a GM on the planet that wants a known quantity (Davis) and a later (and irrelevant pick)  draft pick to stunt his team's growth.....

    I think there was a thread where some of us agreed that we would stop with the "let's trade all of our c rap for players that teams actually want" thread.......


     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

    Big Baby is most likely gone,but he was a good player in Boston. He was the 2nd best player in the Ray Allen trade. 
    He performed ,when the lights were the brightest,and was a great draft pick for Danny.
     
     Danny doesn't get credit for drafting Rondo and Davis,but he told the Suns and the Sonics who to take for the Celtics.
    Davis served his purpose in Boston,and was a better player then Tony Allen,and he finished more games then Perkins.
    I don't want him back,because I don't want to overpay any role players.
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

    I love trading free agents for hypotheticals.  Keeps me on my toes. 
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

    You guys seem to forget that BBD is an unrestricted free agent. The Celtics don't have the right to trade him unless they re-sign him first. Re-signing him is unlikely because Davis will want more money than DA is willing to pay.
     
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    Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick

    In Response to Re: Big Baby and #25 to Sacramento for the #7 pick:
    I didn't choose him ... I said he would be an adequate replacement for BBD if we used him in a S&T for a SF ... may have lost the bet to prove my point but my point was accurate and now you, the guy insisting that BBD was irreplaceable and that his rebounding was key to our success is content to throw him on the trash heap ... flipflopper, hypocrite, whatever but you bailed on him pretty fast for a guy that was his #1 supporter ... A weak fan at best!
    Posted by Mployee8


    You lost the bet, you got that right! But your point wasn't accurate because anybody that believes BBD is only 4th string is a moron!

    Re: Glen Davis vs. Anthony Tolliver

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    In Response to Re: Glen Davis vs. Anthony Tolliver : That's why I said Davis is the better player. I never said anything about Glen Davis getting more points and rebounds than Tolliver. I agree, if Tolliver were on the Celtics he would be a 3rd string PF. 
    Posted by P34


    BBD is 4th string on the C's and not as good as you think!
     
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