BOS-MIN-SAC-GS Proposal

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    BOS-MIN-SAC-GS Proposal

    The Warriors want Love. The Kings want Rondo. The T-Wolves want young players who can help them right away. The Celtics want to keep Love away from the Cavaliers.


     


    To Boston:


     


    PF David Lee, 2 yrs/$15 million.


     


    SG Jason Terry, 1 yr/$5.9 million.


     


    PF Reggie Evans, 1 yr/$1.8 million.


     


    C Festus Ezeli, 2 yrs/$1.1 million.


     


    SF Quincy Acy, 1 yr/$915k.


     


    Future top 10-protected Warriors pick.


     


     


     


    To Minnesota:


     


    PF Carl Landry, 3 yrs/$6.5 million.


     


    PF Jason Thompson, 3 yrs/$6 million.


     


    SF Harrison Barnes, 2 yrs/$3 million.


     


    PG Ray McCallum, 2 yrs/$816k.


     


    C Ognjen Kuzmic, 1 yr/$816k.


     


    Future top 10-protected Celtics pick.


     


    Future top 10-protected Kings pick.


     


     


     


    To Sacramento:


     


    PG Rajon Rondo, 1 yr/$12.9 million.


     


    SF Gerald Wallace, 2 yrs/$10.1 million.


     


    SG Kevin Martin, 3 yrs/$6.8 million.


     


     


     


    To Golden State:


     


    PF Kevin Love, 2 yrs/$15.7 million.


     


    SG Keith Bogans, 2 yrs/$5.3 million.


     


    SF Travis Outlaw, 1 yr/$3 million.


     


     


     


    Celtics:


     


    C Zeller/Olynyk/Ezeli/Faverani


     


    PF Lee/Sullinger/Bass/Evans


     


    SF Green/Johnson/Acy


     


    PG Smart/Pressey


     


    SG Bradley/Terry/Young


     


     


     


    Go with three bigs in the lineup at times, shifting Green to SG. Consider tanking by re-trading some of these guys for picks and expiring contracts. Some of the guys on 1 year contracts could be waived due to roster constraints and an excess of power forwards.


     


    The Kings end up with a nice lineup of C Cousins, PF Williams, SF Gay, PG Rondo, SG Martin.


     


    The Warriors improve with a lineup of C Bogut, PF Love, SF Iguodala, PG Curry, SG Thompson.


     


    The Timberwolves get to tinker around with a few solid guys on affordable contracts who have upside, plus add a pair of draft picks.

     
  2. You have chosen to ignore posts from billge. Show billge's posts

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    There are more people in this trade than reside in Wyoming

     
  3. You have chosen to ignore posts from billge. Show billge's posts

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    I just was refused the ability to post the word Li ve

     
  4. You have chosen to ignore posts from JamezHill24. Show JamezHill24's posts

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    We are giving up Rondo for David Lee and a playoff teams protected pick? No thanks.

     
  5. You have chosen to ignore posts from BirdLewsBias. Show BirdLewsBias's posts

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    In response to JamezHill24's comment:
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    We are giving up Rondo for David Lee and a playoff teams protected pick? No thanks.

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    +1

     

     

     
  6. You have chosen to ignore posts from FierceBrand. Show FierceBrand's posts

    Re: BOS-MIN-SAC-GS Proposal

    Why help the Warriors get Kevin Love?

     
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    In response to davidap's comment:
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    The Warriors want Love. The Kings want Rondo. The T-Wolves want young players who can help them right away. The Celtics want to keep Love away from the Cavaliers.

     

     

     

    To Boston:

     

     

     

    PF David Lee, 2 yrs/$15 million.

     

     

     

    SG Jason Terry, 1 yr/$5.9 million.

     

     

     

    PF Reggie Evans, 1 yr/$1.8 million.

     

     

     

    C Festus Ezeli, 2 yrs/$1.1 million.

     

     

     

    SF Quincy Acy, 1 yr/$915k.

     

     

     

    Future top 10-protected Warriors pick.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    To Minnesota:

     

     

     

    PF Carl Landry, 3 yrs/$6.5 million.

     

     

     

    PF Jason Thompson, 3 yrs/$6 million.

     

     

     

    SF Harrison Barnes, 2 yrs/$3 million.

     

     

     

    PG Ray McCallum, 2 yrs/$816k.

     

     

     

    C Ognjen Kuzmic, 1 yr/$816k.

     

     

     

    Future top 10-protected Celtics pick.

     

     

     

    Future top 10-protected Kings pick.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    To Sacramento:

     

     

     

    PG Rajon Rondo, 1 yr/$12.9 million.

     

     

     

    SF Gerald Wallace, 2 yrs/$10.1 million.

     

     

     

    SG Kevin Martin, 3 yrs/$6.8 million.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    To Golden State:

     

     

     

    PF Kevin Love, 2 yrs/$15.7 million.

     

     

     

    SG Keith Bogans, 2 yrs/$5.3 million.

     

     

     

    SF Travis Outlaw, 1 yr/$3 million.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Celtics:

     

     

     

    C Zeller/Olynyk/Ezeli/Faverani

     

     

     

    PF Lee/Sullinger/Bass/Evans

     

     

     

    SF Green/Johnson/Acy

     

     

     

    PG Smart/Pressey

     

     

     

    SG Bradley/Terry/Young

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Go with three bigs in the lineup at times, shifting Green to SG. Consider tanking by re-trading some of these guys for picks and expiring contracts. Some of the guys on 1 year contracts could be waived due to roster constraints and an excess of power forwards.

     

     

     

    The Kings end up with a nice lineup of C Cousins, PF Williams, SF Gay, PG Rondo, SG Martin.

     

     

     

    The Warriors improve with a lineup of C Bogut, PF Love, SF Iguodala, PG Curry, SG Thompson.

     

     

     

    The Timberwolves get to tinker around with a few solid guys on affordable contracts who have upside, plus add a pair of draft picks.

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    Dude....when was the last time a trade like this happened in the NBA ? 

     
  8. You have chosen to ignore posts from TheBigTicket05. Show TheBigTicket05's posts

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    getting a lotto pick or landing an impact player for rondo is a better idea imo.

     
  9. You have chosen to ignore posts from Celticsfan1984. Show Celticsfan1984's posts

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    This is not the haul we would want for Rondo and why help anybody else get Love?  I would rather keep Rondo all next year and take my chances that we can re-sign him and add some pieces in the draft/FA than get these players and give up picks and Rondo for this.

    Started watching the Celtics in the 80's when I was a kid, and have been a fan ever since...have watched them hoist four banners into the rafters in my life time, and always cheering for more...

     
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    In response to Celticsfan1984's comment:
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    This is not the haul we would want for Rondo and why help anybody else get Love?  I would rather keep Rondo all next year and take my chances that we can re-sign him and add some pieces in the draft/FA than get these players and give up picks and Rondo for this.

    Started watching the Celtics in the 80's when I was a kid, and have been a fan ever since...have watched them hoist four banners into the rafters in my life time, and always cheering for more...

    [/QUOTE]

    which i think everyone is overlooking as a very possible scenario. We will have a ton of cap space next summer for Rondo and another star. 

     
  11. You have chosen to ignore posts from Louisio. Show Louisio's posts

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    In response to davidap's comment:
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    The Warriors want Love. The Kings want Rondo. The T-Wolves want young players who can help them right away. The Celtics want to keep Love away from the Cavaliers.

     

     

     

    To Boston:

     

     

     

    PF David Lee, 2 yrs/$15 million.

     

     

     

    SG Jason Terry, 1 yr/$5.9 million.

     

     

     

    PF Reggie Evans, 1 yr/$1.8 million.

     

     

     

    C Festus Ezeli, 2 yrs/$1.1 million.

     

     

     

    SF Quincy Acy, 1 yr/$915k.

     

     

     

    Future top 10-protected Warriors pick.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    To Minnesota:

     

     

     

    PF Carl Landry, 3 yrs/$6.5 million.

     

     

     

    PF Jason Thompson, 3 yrs/$6 million.

     

     

     

    SF Harrison Barnes, 2 yrs/$3 million.

     

     

     

    PG Ray McCallum, 2 yrs/$816k.

     

     

     

    C Ognjen Kuzmic, 1 yr/$816k.

     

     

     

    Future top 10-protected Celtics pick.

     

     

     

    Future top 10-protected Kings pick.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    To Sacramento:

     

     

     

    PG Rajon Rondo, 1 yr/$12.9 million.

     

     

     

    SF Gerald Wallace, 2 yrs/$10.1 million.

     

     

     

    SG Kevin Martin, 3 yrs/$6.8 million.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    To Golden State:

     

     

     

    PF Kevin Love, 2 yrs/$15.7 million.

     

     

     

    SG Keith Bogans, 2 yrs/$5.3 million.

     

     

     

    SF Travis Outlaw, 1 yr/$3 million.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Celtics:

     

     

     

    C Zeller/Olynyk/Ezeli/Faverani

     

     

     

    PF Lee/Sullinger/Bass/Evans

     

     

     

    SF Green/Johnson/Acy

     

     

     

    PG Smart/Pressey

     

     

     

    SG Bradley/Terry/Young

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Go with three bigs in the lineup at times, shifting Green to SG. Consider tanking by re-trading some of these guys for picks and expiring contracts. Some of the guys on 1 year contracts could be waived due to roster constraints and an excess of power forwards.

     

     

     

    The Kings end up with a nice lineup of C Cousins, PF Williams, SF Gay, PG Rondo, SG Martin.

     

     

     

    The Warriors improve with a lineup of C Bogut, PF Love, SF Iguodala, PG Curry, SG Thompson.

     

     

     

    The Timberwolves get to tinker around with a few solid guys on affordable contracts who have upside, plus add a pair of draft picks.

    [/QUOTE]

    Can you provide us with a flowchart?

     
  12. You have chosen to ignore posts from PHX85014. Show PHX85014's posts

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    In response to davidap's comment:
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    The Warriors want Love. The Kings want Rondo. The T-Wolves want young players who can help them right away. The Celtics want to keep Love away from the Cavaliers.

     

     

     

    To Boston:

     

     

     

    PF David Lee, 2 yrs/$15 million.

     

     

     

    SG Jason Terry, 1 yr/$5.9 million.

     

     

     

    PF Reggie Evans, 1 yr/$1.8 million.

     

     

     

    C Festus Ezeli, 2 yrs/$1.1 million.

     

     

     

    SF Quincy Acy, 1 yr/$915k.

     

     

     

    Future top 10-protected Warriors pick.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    To Minnesota:

     

     

     

    PF Carl Landry, 3 yrs/$6.5 million.

     

     

     

    PF Jason Thompson, 3 yrs/$6 million.

     

     

     

    SF Harrison Barnes, 2 yrs/$3 million.

     

     

     

    PG Ray McCallum, 2 yrs/$816k.

     

     

     

    C Ognjen Kuzmic, 1 yr/$816k.

     

     

     

    Future top 10-protected Celtics pick.

     

     

     

    Future top 10-protected Kings pick.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    To Sacramento:

     

     

     

    PG Rajon Rondo, 1 yr/$12.9 million.

     

     

     

    SF Gerald Wallace, 2 yrs/$10.1 million.

     

     

     

    SG Kevin Martin, 3 yrs/$6.8 million.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    To Golden State:

     

     

     

    PF Kevin Love, 2 yrs/$15.7 million.

     

     

     

    SG Keith Bogans, 2 yrs/$5.3 million.

     

     

     

    SF Travis Outlaw, 1 yr/$3 million.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Celtics:

     

     

     

    C Zeller/Olynyk/Ezeli/Faverani

     

     

     

    PF Lee/Sullinger/Bass/Evans

     

     

     

    SF Green/Johnson/Acy

     

     

     

    PG Smart/Pressey

     

     

     

    SG Bradley/Terry/Young

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Go with three bigs in the lineup at times, shifting Green to SG. Consider tanking by re-trading some of these guys for picks and expiring contracts. Some of the guys on 1 year contracts could be waived due to roster constraints and an excess of power forwards.

     

     

     

    The Kings end up with a nice lineup of C Cousins, PF Williams, SF Gay, PG Rondo, SG Martin.

     

     

     

    The Warriors improve with a lineup of C Bogut, PF Love, SF Iguodala, PG Curry, SG Thompson.

     

     

     

    The Timberwolves get to tinker around with a few solid guys on affordable contracts who have upside, plus add a pair of draft picks.

    [/QUOTE]


    STOP SMOKING CRACK, THAT IS THE WORST TRADE EVER !

     

    GET SOME FRESH AIR

     
  13. You have chosen to ignore posts from kyceltic. Show kyceltic's posts

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    In response to JamezHill24's comment:
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    In response to Celticsfan1984's comment:
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    This is not the haul we would want for Rondo and why help anybody else get Love?  I would rather keep Rondo all next year and take my chances that we can re-sign him and add some pieces in the draft/FA than get these players and give up picks and Rondo for this.

    Started watching the Celtics in the 80's when I was a kid, and have been a fan ever since...have watched them hoist four banners into the rafters in my life time, and always cheering for more...

    [/QUOTE]

    which i think everyone is overlooking as a very possible scenario. We will have a ton of cap space next summer for Rondo and another star. 

    [/QUOTE]  Don't you mean Rondo and a star. You have to have one before you can have another.


     
  14. You have chosen to ignore posts from JamezHill24. Show JamezHill24's posts

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    In response to kyceltic's comment:
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    In response to JamezHill24's comment:
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    In response to Celticsfan1984's comment:
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    This is not the haul we would want for Rondo and why help anybody else get Love?  I would rather keep Rondo all next year and take my chances that we can re-sign him and add some pieces in the draft/FA than get these players and give up picks and Rondo for this.

    Started watching the Celtics in the 80's when I was a kid, and have been a fan ever since...have watched them hoist four banners into the rafters in my life time, and always cheering for more...

    [/QUOTE]

    which i think everyone is overlooking as a very possible scenario. We will have a ton of cap space next summer for Rondo and another star. 

    [/QUOTE]  Don't you mean Rondo and a star. You have to have one before you can have another.


    [/QUOTE]

    nope, meant exactly what i said. Rondo and ANOTHER star. You are delusional and lying to yourself if you try to claim he is anything but. 

     
  15. You have chosen to ignore posts from JamezHill24. Show JamezHill24's posts

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    it bugs me so much, the blatant disrespect some posters have for the Celtics players. Choosing to bash and degrade them regardless of how well they perform. I firmly believe that Rondo could be top 5 in MVP voting halfway thru next season and ud still have people yelling that he is a bum that needs to be traded. Same with Jeff Green. Def true what Pitino said...there are no fans that are more negative than Boston fans. 

     
  16. You have chosen to ignore posts from myurkus. Show myurkus's posts

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    it bugs me so much, the blatant disrespect some posters have for the Celtics players. Choosing to bash and degrade them regardless of how well they perform. I firmly believe that Rondo could be top 5 in MVP voting halfway thru next season and ud still have people yelling that he is a bum that needs to be traded. Same with Jeff Green. Def true what Pitino said...there are no fans that are more negative than Boston fans. 

    [/QUOTE]

    Rondo is a good player, and green is decent, but neither of them are anywhere near top 5 players in the league. 

     
  17. You have chosen to ignore posts from puddinpuddin. Show puddinpuddin's posts

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    In response to JamezHill24's comment:
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    it bugs me so much, the blatant disrespect some posters have for the Celtics players. Choosing to bash and degrade them regardless of how well they perform. I firmly believe that Rondo could be top 5 in MVP voting halfway thru next season and ud still have people yelling that he is a bum that needs to be traded. Same with Jeff Green. Def true what Pitino said...there are no fans that are more negative than Boston fans. 

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    Next thing you know, Jamez will be making the case that Pitino was one of the best Celtic coaches ever... and, just like Rondo, we ran him out of town too.

    Pud

     
  18. You have chosen to ignore posts from davidap. Show davidap's posts

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    If the Celtics don't trade Rondo, they lose him for nothing. Lee is a great rebounder who would help solidify post play for the first time since 2008. The Celtics already have their Rondo replacement in Smart. Jettisoning Gerald Wallace helps open cap room for two max level free agents next off-season. Ezeli could be a decent young center to pair up with Zeller. Facilitating a trade of Love to Golden State keeps him out of Cleveland, which leaves the Eastern Conference open for the Celtics. If they really like Rondo, they can bring him back as a free agent because he won't re-sign with the Kings.

     
  19. You have chosen to ignore posts from FierceBrand. Show FierceBrand's posts

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    Ainge is not going to help the Warriors get Kevin Love.

    I'm sure of that.

     
  20. You have chosen to ignore posts from davidap. Show davidap's posts

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    Ainge helped the Cavaliers get LeBron James. Does he really want Love to join him there and make it far more difficult to compete in the East? Love in Golden State does not instantly make Golden State favorites to win an NBA title in the way that Love to Cleveland would vault the Cavaliers to the very top. Keeping Love away from Cleveland is almost as important as trying to bring him to Boston. If the Timberwolves refuse to send him here, and they're going to trade him somewhere, better for it to be one of many contending Western teams than what would become the lone threat in the East. And if you can rid yourself of Gerald Wallace and Keith Bogans in the same move, opening up cap space for two max players, while simultaneously adding an elite rebounder, and making yourself worse for the current season to land another lottery pick, that's a good outcome.

     
  21. You have chosen to ignore posts from FierceBrand. Show FierceBrand's posts

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    Ainge helped the Cavs get Lebron because Ainge knew there was ZERO chance he gets Lebron.

    But Ainge is one of those interested in acquiring Kevin Love.

     

    Also, Ainge will not be thinking of the competition in the east if he doesn't get Kevin Love.

    No Kevin Love means Lebron will be 33 or 34 years when the Celts are ready to compete in the east.

    This coming season and maybe 2 or 3 more seasons, the Celts will still be in rebuilding mode.

    So it doesn't matter who competes in the east if you're the Celtics.

     
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    In response to myurkus' comment:
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    In response to JamezHill24's comment:
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    it bugs me so much, the blatant disrespect some posters have for the Celtics players. Choosing to bash and degrade them regardless of how well they perform. I firmly believe that Rondo could be top 5 in MVP voting halfway thru next season and ud still have people yelling that he is a bum that needs to be traded. Same with Jeff Green. Def true what Pitino said...there are no fans that are more negative than Boston fans. 

    [/QUOTE]

    Rondo is a good player, and green is decent, but neither of them are anywhere near top 5 players in the league. 

    [/QUOTE]

    What exactly are you trying to say? That there are only 5 stars in the NBA? Or if you dont have one of the top 5 players in the league, you cant compete? Or are you saying if a Celtics player isnt top 5 in the league, he is automatically disposable garbage? lol

     
  23. You have chosen to ignore posts from myurkus. Show myurkus's posts

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    In response to JamezHill24's comment:
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    In response to myurkus' comment:
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    In response to JamezHill24's comment:
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    it bugs me so much, the blatant disrespect some posters have for the Celtics players. Choosing to bash and degrade them regardless of how well they perform. I firmly believe that Rondo could be top 5 in MVP voting halfway thru next season and ud still have people yelling that he is a bum that needs to be traded. Same with Jeff Green. Def true what Pitino said...there are no fans that are more negative than Boston fans. 

    [/QUOTE]

    Rondo is a good player, and green is decent, but neither of them are anywhere near top 5 players in the league. 

    [/QUOTE]

    What exactly are you trying to say? That there are only 5 stars in the NBA? Or if you dont have one of the top 5 players in the league, you cant compete? Or are you saying if a Celtics player isnt top 5 in the league, he is automatically disposable garbage? lol

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    not at all.  your statement was you suspect they will be in the top 5 for mvp voting this year.  I was saying I think that is very unlikely.  settle down, little fella.

     
  24. You have chosen to ignore posts from JamezHill24. Show JamezHill24's posts

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    In response to myurkus' comment:
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    In response to JamezHill24's comment:
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    In response to myurkus' comment:
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    In response to JamezHill24's comment:
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    it bugs me so much, the blatant disrespect some posters have for the Celtics players. Choosing to bash and degrade them regardless of how well they perform. I firmly believe that Rondo could be top 5 in MVP voting halfway thru next season and ud still have people yelling that he is a bum that needs to be traded. Same with Jeff Green. Def true what Pitino said...there are no fans that are more negative than Boston fans. 

    [/QUOTE]

    Rondo is a good player, and green is decent, but neither of them are anywhere near top 5 players in the league. 

    [/QUOTE]

    What exactly are you trying to say? That there are only 5 stars in the NBA? Or if you dont have one of the top 5 players in the league, you cant compete? Or are you saying if a Celtics player isnt top 5 in the league, he is automatically disposable garbage? lol

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    not at all.  your statement was you suspect they will be in the top 5 for mvp voting this year.  I was saying I think that is very unlikely.  settle down, little fella.

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    oh no no, i dont think that at all. I was just saying for instance, something like that COULD happen, and there would still be complaints. 

     
  25. You have chosen to ignore posts from Eldunker. Show Eldunker's posts

    Re: BOS-MIN-SAC-GS Proposal

    No thanks on Lee.  We don't need another PF, especially one entering his sunset years.  And Pass on a third string center.  We already have 3 of those.  

    I would take Harrison Barnes, solidifying our SF position and a second rounder for Rondo.  Young athletic core and foundation for the future (plus a google of first rounders) 

    Smart - Young - Harrison - Sully/Oly - Zeller (place-holder) 

     
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