Dalembert, Gooden and Lamb

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    Dalembert, Gooden and Lamb

    for Bass, Wilcox and Lee

     

    discuss.

     
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    Re: Dalembert, Gooden and Lamb

    In response to Fierce34's comment:

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    for Bass, Wilcox and Lee

     

    discuss.

     



    Not really a trade that will turn the Celtics into contenders. Basically we're just swapping role players in that trade.

     




    Bigger, better rebounding, better interior defense.

     

    I think the contracts work out.

     

    I am not sure Milwaukee would do it unless they wnat to dump Goodens' salary that bad (same as Bass though).

     

    but we are not going to get an all-star level player for Bass, Lee and Wilcox either, IMO.

     
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    Re: Dalembert, Gooden and Lamb

    In response to Fierce34's comment:

    In response to kdp59's comment:

     

    In response to Fierce34's comment:

     

    In response to kdp59's comment:

     

    for Bass, Wilcox and Lee

     

    discuss.

     



    Not really a trade that will turn the Celtics into contenders. Basically we're just swapping role players in that trade.

     

     




    Bigger, better rebounding, better interior defense.

     

     

    I think the contracts work out.

     

    I am not sure Milwaukee would do it unless they wnat to dump Goodens' salary that bad (same as Bass though).

     

    but we are not going to get an all-star level player for Bass, Lee and Wilcox either, IMO.

     



    Most tradable Celtic players are Green and Bass.

     

    It's best if the Celtics keep Lee.



    Yes you are right.  We keep Lee unless it is a bonafied long term improvement.

     

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