Celts in 4-1 in last 5

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    Kirk

    We're stuck with this team for 30 more games. Celts can't make a trade until January 15, 2013. So there's still time for Jeff Green to show that he can be a star.

    We already know what Bass can do.

    Lee is expendable after AB returns.

    All 3 players will net us a player worth 20m. Let's see what Ainge does.

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    If you want to get through Miami, you can't trade Jeff Green.  Unless he proves to be worthless.  That is because Pierce can no longer handle LeBron.  We have to hope for Jeff Green's emergence first.  After that we can think of upgarding at 4.  And if Miami is the target, Bass might suffice.

     
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    Jeff Green, Bass, and Lee will give us a player worth 20m in return.

    If we get Gasol for those 3, the Celts will save money in the long run.

    Amare is a long shot. But if the Knicks want to dump his contract, then it's a possibility. The Knicks are playing so well without Amare. They just don't work well together with Melo.

    Al Jefferson is an upgrade over Bass. He can also play Center. The problem is if the Jazz keep winning, I don't think he'll be available.

    Josh Smith is the cheapest. Will only cost the Celts Lee and Bass. The question is, are the Hawks willing to give up Josh Smith. There's a possibility that the Hawks will not give him that multi-year deal that he's asking for.

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    But if you give up 3 pretty goos players to get one great player, all of a sudden your bench is pretty thin again. That's what don't like about it.

     

     
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    If rebounding was a concern they would have done something in the offseason. I think their plan is / has been defense and force turn overs. 

     
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    The problem is that if Green and Lee keep playing the way they are in 30 games their trade value will be  next to nothing.

     
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    Not upgrading the PF spot would mean the Celts win more than 50 games in the regular season and another exit in the playoffs.

    Bass almost cost the Celts the game last night. Twice the Bulls went to the FT line and Bass couldn't secure the rebound. 

    The Celts won in Chicago, sure! But it should not have been that hard. It was supposed to be an easy win. But the Celts kept giving the Bulls offensive rebounds.

    If we are content to have a very good regular season team, then this current Celtics team will do just fine. But if we want to go to the Finals, the PF position should be upgraded.

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    We can go to the Finals with this team if everyone is healthy.

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    Yeah, and there are pink elephants flying around outside too.

    ROTFLMAO!!!

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    Blobby boop that's all you got?

    ROTFLMAO!!!

     
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    Not upgrading the PF spot would mean the Celts win more than 50 games in the regular season and another exit in the playoffs.

    Bass almost cost the Celts the game last night. Twice the Bulls went to the FT line and Bass couldn't secure the rebound. 

    The Celts won in Chicago, sure! But it should not have been that hard. It was supposed to be an easy win. But the Celts kept giving the Bulls offensive rebounds.

    If we are content to have a very good regular season team, then this current Celtics team will do just fine. But if we want to go to the Finals, the PF position should be upgraded.

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    We can go to the Finals with this team if everyone is healthy.

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    Yeah, and there are pink elephants flying around outside too.

    ROTFLMAO!!!

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    You saw them too? That's great. This means that my dosage is just about right. Yours must be as well.

     
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    In response to Kirk6's comment:
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    Not upgrading the PF spot would mean the Celts win more than 50 games in the regular season and another exit in the playoffs.

    Bass almost cost the Celts the game last night. Twice the Bulls went to the FT line and Bass couldn't secure the rebound. 

    The Celts won in Chicago, sure! But it should not have been that hard. It was supposed to be an easy win. But the Celts kept giving the Bulls offensive rebounds.

    If we are content to have a very good regular season team, then this current Celtics team will do just fine. But if we want to go to the Finals, the PF position should be upgraded.

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    We can go to the Finals with this team if everyone is healthy.

    [/QUOTE]

    Yeah, and there are pink elephants flying around outside too.

    ROTFLMAO!!!

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    You saw them too? That's great. This means that my dosage is just about right. Yours must be as well.

     
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    If rebounding was a concern they would have done something in the offseason. I think their plan is / has been defense and force turn overs. 

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    The Celts didn't have the money to spend on another big. Not because they didn't want to.

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    They were they haven't had a rebound since Perk and have decided to play a PF at center. This has be a problem since they lost in the NBA Finals in 10. There is something that tells me that they don't care.

     
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    Re: Celts in 4-1 in last 5

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    Jeff Green, Bass, and Lee will give us a player worth 20m in return.

    If we get Gasol for those 3, the Celts will save money in the long run.

    Amare is a long shot. But if the Knicks want to dump his contract, then it's a possibility. The Knicks are playing so well without Amare. They just don't work well together with Melo.

    Al Jefferson is an upgrade over Bass. He can also play Center. The problem is if the Jazz keep winning, I don't think he'll be available.

    Josh Smith is the cheapest. Will only cost the Celts Lee and Bass. The question is, are the Hawks willing to give up Josh Smith. There's a possibility that the Hawks will not give him that multi-year deal that he's asking for.

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    If we trade Jeff Green who is Pierce's backup? 

     
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