Faverani is a winner

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    Faverani is a winner

    26 minutes and gets 14 rebounds of which 5 were on offense plus 4 blocks and 9 pts.

    So tell me who has done better as a center for the Celtics besides Garnett in the last decade?

    If he played 39 minutes what would he have done?

     
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    Re: Faverani is a winner

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    26 minutes and gets 14 rebounds of which 5 were on offense plus 4 blocks and 9 pts.

    So tell me who has done better as a center for the Celtics besides Garnett in the last decade?

    If he played 39 minutes what would he have done?

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    He would have committed 10 turnovers and fouled out.

     
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    Re: Faverani is a winner

    He is somewhat inconsistent. Good game against Minnie preceeded by bad game against Portland; this is to be expected and likely will get better. What I like about Fav the most at this juncture is he seems very coachable. For example, he was letting other centers get position in the block and now he's trying to front them and/or push them out. The next few months we'll see if he is tough enough to develop into a rim defender, which if he becomes one, would make him a very good two way player. Dwight will be a test tonight.

     
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    Re: Faverani is a winner

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    26 minutes and gets 14 rebounds of which 5 were on offense plus 4 blocks and 9 pts.

    So tell me who has done better as a center for the Celtics besides Garnett in the last decade?

    If he played 39 minutes what would he have done?

     

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    Yeah, but it was only yesterday that one poster here wanted to trade Bass and Fav for Asik.

     

    HAHAHA

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    and you agreed it could happen ... which way is the wind blowing today?

     

    Re: Once again Ainge throws cold water on the 2014 draft

    posted at 11/15/2013 1:14 AM EST

    • Fierce34
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    1) Wallace, Bradley & Bogans for Gay ... Increase in this years team salary by+$750K

    2) Bass & Faverini for Asik ... ($9.75M-$8.3M) Reduction in this years team salary -$1.45M

    3) At trade deadline, Humphries for Hawes/Brown/Allen ... ($12M-6.5M-3.1M-3M)                                                                            Increase in this years team salary+$600K

    4) Sign Morrow over summer with trade exception

     

    All 3 trades work, but out of the 3 trade proposals, 2 doesn't make sense for the other teams.

     

    3. The question is why would Philly do the trade when they can get more for Hawes?

    Kwame Brown and Hawes both have expiring deals.

    So why would Philly settle for just Humpy?

     

    1. If Toronto wants to save money by trading Rudy Gay, accepting Gerald Wallace's contract is not the answer. 

    Gay only has 19.3m left after this season.

    GW has 20.2m left after this season.

    And Toronto already has DeRozan and Terrence Ross, so why would they want AB?

     

    2. Bass and Fav for Asik could happen.

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    HEY FIERCE, THE CELTICS FINALLY FIND A GENUINE BIG MAN (on a perfect contract) AND YOU WANT TO GIVE HIM AWAY FOR A GUY WHO COULD BE THIS YEAR'S "VITALY POTEKENKO".......

    OK, THAT'S A LITTLE HARSE ON ASIK , BUT THE POINT IS, YOU DON'T GIVE UP FAV TO GET HIM, YOU THROW IN BROOKS OR PRESSEY WITH BASS

    FAV IS A KEEPER , NOT AN ALL STAR BUT A REAL GENUINE KEEPER , WHAT ARE YOU SMOKING FIERCE ?

     
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    Re: Faverani is a winner

    Trading Fav for Asik is a joke.

    Even though Fav is only ranked 8th in minutes per game for the Celtics, he leads the team in rebounds, blocks (8th in the NBA and 7th blocks per foul for the center position), offensive rebounds, fifth in steals, fifth in field goal % and fifth in three point %. 

    In the short time he sat on the bench the past couple weeks the team defense jumped from 2nd in the NBA to 9th. 

    He is learning how to play NBA caliber defense better each game and as far as I remember hasn't fouled out of a single game.  Unless they have a chance at a Superstar, Vitor will the be the center of the future health provided.  Asik is a stiff who doesn't play in Houston and would be a back up to Fav. 

    By the end of this season Fav could be a top ten center if he can stay healthy and continue to progress, and considering he has a great jump shot actually having a point guard (Rondo) who can create offense would make his PPG jump significantly.

     
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    Re: Faverani is a winner

    In response to wozzy's comment:
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    Trading Fav for Asik is a joke.

    Even though Fav is only ranked 8th in minutes per game for the Celtics, he leads the team in rebounds, blocks (8th in the NBA and 7th blocks per foul for the center position), offensive rebounds, fifth in steals, fifth in field goal % and fifth in three point %. 

    In the short time he sat on the bench the past couple weeks the team defense jumped from 2nd in the NBA to 9th. 

    He is learning how to play NBA caliber defense better each game and as far as I remember hasn't fouled out of a single game.  Unless they have a chance at a Superstar, Vitor will the be the center of the future health provided.  Asik is a stiff who doesn't play in Houston and would be a back up to Fav. 

    By the end of this season Fav could be a top ten center if he can stay healthy and continue to progress, and considering he has a great jump shot actually having a point guard (Rondo) who can create offense would make his PPG jump significantly.

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    +1  Fav is already better than Asik!

     
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