Bill Simmons Thinks Hayward Coming to Boston!

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    Re: Bill Simmons Thinks Hayward Coming to Boston!

    C's will have to give more than that to pry GH away from Utah! 

     
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    In response to makonikyman's comment:
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    In response to fl+adam,'s comment:

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    Then do JG, BB, for Asik, Montj, and casspi

     

    Rondo+crawford

    GH+crawford

    Casspi+draft pick+wallace

    Sullinger+oly

    Asik+fav

    Now we have some talent at all positions, with only Wallace as veteren anchor type contract(bad).

     

     

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    We're on the same wave lentgh. A...

     

    Rondo- draft pick-Pressey

    Hayward-brooks

    Pierce ( 1 yr vet min ) Parker-Wallace

    Sully- Olny

    Asik- Fav

     

    then the next yr you package Sully, the point gaurd we draft this yr, Olny, and picks for Kevin love and were off to the races with

    Rondo

    Hayward

    Parker

    Love

    Asik

     

    I LIKE it...

     

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    I LOVE it!!

     
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    This Hayward to Boston thing reminds me of the Slick Rick Pitino days a bit, when every Kentucky player in the NBA was rumoured to be coming to Boston.  If Hayward's contract cost or asking price via trade is reasonsble, then I hope DA pursues him.  To me, he is not worth a king's ransom salary-wise, and I cannot imagine what Utah would want in return for him in picks/players.  His ceiling to me is good player on playoff team, but he's not a transcendant player.  This team needs a lot more than a Gordon Hayward to make a push in the east.   

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    HE REMINDS ME OF A BIGGER KIRK HEINRICH , NOT WORTH MAX DEAL

     
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    This Hayward to Boston thing reminds me of the Slick Rick Pitino days a bit, when every Kentucky player in the NBA was rumoured to be coming to Boston.  If Hayward's contract cost or asking price via trade is reasonsble, then I hope DA pursues him.  To me, he is not worth a king's ransom salary-wise, and I cannot imagine what Utah would want in return for him in picks/players.  His ceiling to me is good player on playoff team, but he's not a transcendant player.  This team needs a lot more than a Gordon Hayward to make a push in the east.   

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    HE REMINDS ME OF A BIGGER KIRK HEINRICH , NOT WORTH MAX DEAL

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    I agree - not a max deal player! 

     
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    Could you make a couple more deals BC so we could get Embild, Exum, and Smart to come off the bench? I'm not asking for too much, am I?

     
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    Could you make a couple more deals BC so we could get Embild, Exum, and Smart to come off the bench? I'm not asking for too much, am I?

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    It would be nice! I would be happy with J. Randle and D. Saric! 

     
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    Re: Bill Simmons Thinks Hayward Coming to Boston!

    Maybe add a couple of veterans , since the team we got will average about 14 years old.

     
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    Re: Bill Simmons Thinks Hayward Coming to Boston!

    Got to hand it to B. Simmons - he is a die hard Cs fan!! 

     
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    Maybe add a couple of veterans , since the team we got will average about 14 years old.

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    Just as long as we don't have to hear the most overused names on these threads of the last two days...LOVE and HAYWARD

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    I like it - Love Hayward! 

     
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    Re: Bill Simmons Thinks Hayward Coming to Boston!

    Then there's another scenario:

    Ainge trades the lower of the two first-round picks for a rebounding bruiser who's been in the League for two years, citing experience and being ready to start (although he isn't yet).  With the second first-round pick, Ainge picks an obscure point guard playing in the Metropolitan Community College Athletic Conference at the Fashion Institute of Technology saying, "this kid's got all the tools". The "kid" is shorter than Muggsy Bogues and weighs less than 100 lbs., but being so close to the ground he can see between opposing players legs to find cutters and averages 23.7 assists per. Ainge then redeems himself by his second-round pick which turns out to be an all-star within three years.

     

     

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