Chris Kaman

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    Re: Chris Kaman

    Kaman is a good player but I don't think he will change things enough around here.
     
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    Well his mere consistant presence in the middle as a 14-9 guy in 32 mins would be a start and improvement on Krstic. It would of course be an entire tweak of the way the team runs that is the real diff maker. Pierce to the bench to anchor the 2nd unit and rest his legs for the 4th quarter. Green starting SF getting 18-19 points in 33-35 minutes. Rondo adding a shot, taking his play up a notch. JON staying healthy for 65-70 games (rested in half the back to backs w/ KG resting the othe rhalf and Murphy playing) and giving us the 16-18 mins and excellent D, blocked shots, etc we saw recently. DWest playing all season like he did in the Miami series. Add to that a draft pick and/or MLE impact player... and the team is in business.
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    The day that rondo adds a shot is the day he winds up in heaven, where everyone shoots at least 51%
     
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    I'd rather hold on to Krstic than trade for Kaman. With time to recover from his injuries and more practice time with the team, Krstic should perform better next season.
     
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    Kaman is interesting but we need a athletic center that can rebound and defend players like  the Bulls center.  But we might just be able to get CK.
     
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    We need more more atheletism not a plodding 1/2 court center. I'm not saying Kaman isn't good,just not for us.
     
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    Would much rather make a qualifying offer for DeAndre Jordan ... He's looking for somewhere in the vicinity of $7 - 8M / yr.  If Jermaine actually retires -- which looks more and more likely since he's going to need pins in his wrist, we get back his $5M / yr in addition to the MLE.  


     
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    We cannot match an offer for Deandre Jordan as we're way over the cap. The max we can offer is the MLE, which will not be good enough to land him to C's.
     
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    What if Jermaine retires?  Doesn't that cash come off the books?  Another option is a sign & trade.  I don't know, I think Ainge needs to get creative and get a more expensive, younger big this offseason.  We can't make it through 82 games with re-treads and MLE guys.  

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    We cannot match an offer for Deandre Jordan as we're way over the cap. The max we can offer is the MLE, which will not be good enough to land him to C's.
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    Re: Chris Kaman

    we cant use the MLE if JO returns.. If he decides to retire, we would then have the MLE to use again next year, kind of like we did this year after Sheed retired.
    Otherwise, it will just be trades or veteran minimum free agent types as the only avenues to add players.
    With Doc signing for 5 years (and who knows, hopefully more after that is up), I agree that something must be up. Danny has a major trade or two in the works during sometime between this offseason and next offseason. You will see a major reshaping of the roster in the next year plus, and I for one, am all for it.
     
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